a special case of a block with full longitudinal and vertical extent but only partial latitudinal extent
Generally a rock face that is less than vertical.
Smooth, low-angle rock that is usually climbed by use of friction, such as smearing, or crimping and edging on small holds.
A section of the climbing wall surface which is less than vertical.
A ramp. any climb that is less than vertical.
A generally flat expanse of rock face which is slightly to the relaxed side of vertical; often gives the illusion of being easy to climb. This impression usually comes unstuck about half way up, when you run out of protection and you get a bad attack of disco leg.