Leading is going first on the rope. Because the leader climbs above the protection, and therefore risks a fall of at least twice the distance to the last piece of protection  beneath him, leading is more risky and demanding than seconding. Climbers sometimes speak of tying into the "sharp end" of the rope when they are going to lead.

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