An "exterior" style of climbing, similar to a spider on a wall.
To ascend on a rock face using finger hold and edges, i.e. not crack climbing .
Climbing technique that uses small ledges for hand- and footholds
different from crack climbing in that the techniques used for ascension involve balance climbing, edging and smearing with the feet to move up the face.
Ascending rock that is predominantly made up of finger pockets and thin edges.
climbing on an expanse of rock using only handholds and footholds; in contrast to crack climing and friction climbing