ascensionist

ascensionist

(əˈsɛnʃənɪst)
n
(Mountaineering) mountaineering a person who has completed a mountain ascent, esp a notable one
Translations

ascensionist

[əˈsɛnʃnɪst] n (Mountaineering) → ascensionista m/f
References in classic literature ?
When the storm finished and left every body drenched through and through, and melancholy and half-drowned, the ascensionists came down from the mountain as dry as so many charity-sermons
Most of the time the narrator plays other ascensionist games: World War II piloting with his friends, riding the El into Chicago ("when the El began to rise from the ground level of our neighborhood, over and beyond the prairie and factories of No Man's Land, we would watch everything diminish in size behind us," 167) or, on rainy days, sitting "in the attic alone and [playing] with a toy village that somehow came into our family from some relation in Europe" (169).
Second ascensionist Steve Reid reports the crag to be of good, rough rock, although further cleaning would make the climbs more enjoyable.
The nearly man and the first ascensionist - Charles Evans pictured with Edmund Hillary on Everest - both wearing the string vests that sufficed for 1950s mountaineers even in the high Himalayas before the development of thermal clothing Picture: ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY and GEORGE LOWE; Denise and Charles Evans (top)enjoyed adventure- filled lives around the world and Charles (top right in teampicture) was deputy leader of the successful 1953 Everest expedition,himself reaching the South Summit just 300 feet from the top