Mountaineering is definitely fun, right?

When you and your relatives and friends are looking for an outdoor adventure that many can take part in, if not everyone who is looking to join the team, most of the time they will eventually choose to climb. do.

Well, we can never blame you for that, because we know how exciting this particular activity is. However, before you start preparing for mountaineering supplies and wearing mountaineering gear and hiking boots, take the time to first know some other tips that will help you along the way.

In our previous article, we talked about six practical tips, while in this article we are going to give you seven additional tips for your great travel adventure. So keep reading to find out.

1. Plan. Plan. Plan … especially if this is your first time! Nothing can ever beat good planning. You need to plan strategies for how you will remember your adventure.

2. Aim for a more challenging climb next time. Since you already have the experience of going to the top of the mountain, try something new on your second climb. You may choose expedition peaks as your next stop, as they require long walks, high technical climbing skills, and sufficient mountaineering expertise. So target it every time you go for a climb.

3. Use an experienced and reliable guide. Make sure you get guidance from a reputable guide that is connected to a reputable mountaineering operator. Remember that your mountaineering experience is affected by altitude and altitude. Therefore, it is very important to have an experienced companion in the bay.

4. Be prepared. It is important to be prepared for any experience you may have on the way to the summit. If you live far from the mountain you plan to visit, be sure to book when flying to your area or accommodation. Likewise, you should ask about licenses and other legal requirements.

5- Know what is ahead. Some climbers may need to stay in the main camp for a while before reaching the summit. Find out if your mountaineering adventure requires such a thing. However, when you are in your main camp, maximize your stay by checking that all your gears are safe and complete.

6. Start hitting the mountain. Yes, start climbing. The excitement now officially begins. But we have one point: stick to your path. By doing this, you will have less chance of an accident because you intend to take the path for which you are really prepared.

7. Land only when you still have enough time to descend safely. Contrary to many people’s beliefs, descending is actually more difficult than climbing because you have to control gravity. So, be more careful.

With all that given you now, we’m sure you’re confused about starting mountaineering, right?

Source by Jenny Grace Molbog-Mendoza