Tick Types

These are the different types of ticks you can use when logging ascents:

Image Name Meaning
General ascents (Use these if you don't want to log the style of the ascent.)
Tick I climbed this route.
Clean I climbed this route without resting.
Lead ascents (Use these for routes that you lead.)
Lead I lead this route
Onsight I lead this route, without falling or resting, on my first attempt without prior inspection or beta (Beta is information from someone else. Use of guidebook to locate the route is generally considered OK, but discussing tips for the route with someone is not).
Flash I led this route, without falling or resting, on my first attempt, but used prior inspection and/or beta.
Red point I led this route, without falling or resting, but not on my first attempt.
Pink point I led this route, without falling or resting, but not on my first attempt, using pre-placed gear.
Dog I led this route, but rested on gear or fell on the way up.
Lead Solo I led this route, using a lead solo device, anchor rope at the bottom
Seconding ascents (Use these for routes that you seconded.)
Second I seconded this route.
Second clean I seconded this route, without resting on the rope.
Second with rest I seconded this route, but rested on the rope.
Top roping ascents (Use these for routes that you top roped.)
Top rope I top roped this route.
Top rope onsight I top roped this route, without falling or resting, on my first attempt without prior inspection or beta.
Top rope flash I top roped this route, without falling or resting, on my first attempt, but used prior inspection and/or beta.
Top rope clean I top roped this route, without resting on the rope.
Top rope with rest I top roped this route, but rested on the rope.
Roped Solo I climbed this route by myself using the rope, set up from above, to self belay.
Aid ascents (Use these for routes that you aided.)
Aid I lead this route, using fixed or placed protection to make upward progress.
Aid solo I soloed this route, using fixed or placed protection to make upward progress.
Soloing ascents (Use these for routes that you soloed.)
Solo I soloed this route.
Historical ascents (Use these for historical milestone ascents for a route.)
First ascent I was the first person to ever climb this route.
First free ascent I was the first person to ever climb this route free of aid.
Attempted ascents (Use these for routes that you attempted but did not complete.)
Attempt I attempted, but did not complete, this route.
Working I am working on this route or problem as a personal project.
Retreat I attempted this route but retreated (eg too hard, weather turned, not enough gear, injury)
Ghost I attempted, but did not complete, this route (historical).
Aspirational ascents (Use these for routes that you wish to do.)
Hit I want to climb this route, sometime.
Target I want to climb this route.
Mark I want to climb this route, in the near future.

NB. Unlike the other categories, the distinction between the different types of 'Attempted Ascents' is more about the psychology/style than detail/nuance. i.e. The tick types are identical physically (you tried a route but didn't make it), but psychologically from a sport climbing/bouldering point of view you might be 'working' a route (making muiltiple attempts as you work towards a Red Point or clean ascent); from a trad climber's perspective you might have tried and got spanked.