How did that route get that name? Jokes. Funny bits. Crag humour.
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Does anyone know the story/meaning behind the name of this nice route in Gaper Crack (Wolfberg Cracks)? I can't remember who opened it and my book is somewhere at home (nice book btw, it has a cool pic of the climb that makes it look way more difficult than it is). Anyway, the reason I want to know is that I have a bit of money (box of chocolates of the winners choice to be more precise) riding on this one - I have a friend with a wee gambling problem and for a change I'm sure I'll win this one. I reckon it's simply a spelling mistake and should be "gueule" meaning mouth ("bek" in Afrikaans is probably a better translation). My friend reckons it is some archaic English word that means flower. I'll share my winnings with the person that can prove me right