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Redpoint is a word that means a free-climb route (in rock climbing) from the ground to the top while lead climbing, after having practiced the route or after having failed first attempt.

The English term "redpoint" is derived from the German Rotpunkt, coined by Kurt Albert in the mid-1970s at Frankenjura. Albert would paint a red "X" on any fixed metal pitons on a rock climbing route so that he could avoid using them while climbing, thus not using any artificial aid. Once Albert was able to free-climb the entire route, and avoid all the red "X"s, he would then paint a red "dot" at the base of the route.

A Red Point can be generically defined as any point (such as on a map, graph or chart, etc.) that is red in color, and it is also the name of several different places and locations worldwide, such as in Canada, the USA, the UK, and Australia.

From Oxford Dictionary, Wikipedia, Britannica, Wiktionary, and Gripped Magazine