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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscramblingscram‧bling /ˈskræmblɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  1 the activity of climbing over rocks using your hands but no ropes2 British English the activity of racing on motorcycles over rough ground
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scramblingThe terrain is very rough in places, often requiring easy scrambling in fairly exposed situations.The crags along here are heroic, offering sections of exhilarating scrambling if you want to keep to the crest.It was steep and exposed but solid, and the final push for the summit involved some exhilarating scrambling.All they had in the house was six eggs for scrambling and the remains of Ethel's heart.The Virbram sole unit could do with a little more rigidity for scrambling, but provides good adhesion for walking on all surfaces.I also advise against solo scrambling.Route to summit requires some tough scrambling, before a descent on the grassy northern slopes.
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