Translation of mountaineering in Spanish:


montañismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˌmaʊnt(ə)nˈɪrɪŋ//maʊntəˈnɪərɪŋ/


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    montañismo masculine
    alpinismo masculine
    andinismo masculine Latin America
    • Nowadays, people go for the skiing and mountaineering, and it's a lot quieter than most of the big alpine resorts.
    • For a small nation we have made remarkable contributions to world mountaineering throughout the sport's history.
    • His interests include mountain biking, mountaineering, poetry and art.
    • He tossed away the concept of oxygen tanks and big teams and camps, and made mountaineering a more equal contest between man and mountain.
    • They have learned about camping in snow conditions and have mastered skilled mountaineering rope work.
    • Equipment failure in rock climbing and mountaineering is extraordinarily rare.
    • If you are planning adventure activities such as scuba diving or mountaineering, ensure these are covered by your policy.
    • My mountaineering partner, John, and I have had to cancel our climbing expedition to Tibet.
    • We have revived the sport of mountaineering in a major way, after a gap of 43 years.
    • Another sport that took off in this period was Alpine mountaineering.
    • Accurate accident analysis is an extremely important aspect of mountaineering.
    • The five were part of a 15-person mountaineering expedition from the university.
    • McDonald left the north-east of England in the early 1950s to pursue his love of mountaineering and skiing.
    • Hinged crampons are used for mountaineering and snow climbing, not ice climbing.
    • She will also try her hand at ice climbing, mountaineering and trekking.
    • As a mountaineer, part of the beauty of mountaineering, for me, is the level of personal challenge involved.
    • Most mountaineering trainers say that rock climbing is all in the head.
    • Training included general mountaineering skills such as outdoor cooking and camping in snow caves.
    • As with mountaineering and tobogganing, few members of a film audience have first-hand experience of sky-diving.
    • Both these book are essential reading for those interested in Sherpa society and in Himalayan mountaineering.
    • Many interesting mountain trails beckon mountaineering enthusiasts to the Zanskar valley.