cragsman (plural cragsmen)
- A climber of crags.
- 1851, George Borrow, Lavengro:
- Meanwhile I had become a daring cragsman, a character to which an English lad has seldom opportunities of aspiring; for in England there are neither crags nor mountains.
- 1910, John Buchan, Prester John:
- A boyhood spent on the cliffs at Kirkcaple had made me a bold cragsman, and the porphyry of the Rooirand clearly gave excellent holds.
- 1990, Peter Hopkirk, The Great Game, Folio Society 2010, p. 424:
- A skilled cragsman himself, he told his officers that he believed that a determined party of Gurkhas and other experienced climbers could reach the enemy by this route.