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A Mind for Winners


Mountain Climbing Safety: Tips for Surviving the Adventure


Mountain climbing is a constant passion for those who desire to conquer new heights and soar with the eagles. The conquest of a mountain creates a natural high that keeps mountain climbs expanding their reach for greater glory. But in order to experience the thrill of victory, precautions and safety measures must seriously be considered.

The goal of the mountain climber is to master the mountain. In order to do this, he or she must possess the right tools and equipment. The avid mountain climber needs these essential items to be successful in his or her adventure.

Climbing shoes, including Adidas Powerful 2.0 and Reebok Cross No
Climbing boots and Nomic ice tools, especially for winter mountain climbing
Climbing rope, including:

  • Speed ropes
    Helmet and harness
    Fleece Jackets and gloves
    Protective Eyewear
    Backpacks for food, water, and other emergency resources

Using these tools and equipment will make life much easier for the aspiring mountain climbers. But such tools are not enough to ensure safety and security. Several others precautions should be taken to make your mountain climbing adventure less dangerous and more pleasurable.

The appearance of the mountain will give you an idea of what you need to do to make a safe climb. The weather also plays a factor. If snow is on the mountain a fleece jacket, ice tools and winter mountain boots will be necessary. If the weather is mild or hot, you will need a great pair of climbing shoes, shorts, and a tee-shirt.

Protective eyewear, helmet, and harness, and good climbing ropes are a must. Using damaged ropes, unsafe shoes and unclear eyewear is a recipe for disaster.

Another important precaution before mountain climbing is having a good idea of the high and low points of the mountain. This will give you an air of confidence on the climb. Knowledge of the mountain will help you fight against fatigue, fear and lurking dangers.

Keep a communication channel open at all times. A smartphone, radio or walkie-talkie could make the difference between a life and death situation. For instance, if you are caught in a snow storm, avalanche or a rock slide, it is good to have some form of communication devices that can be tracked by others if you are lost.

Mountain climbing is a passionate pursuit of those who like who like reaching toward the heavens. People travel the world over to conquer the mountain of their dreams. This could be Mount Everest, Kilimanjaro, Matterhorn, the Andes, or some smaller, less challenging mountains such as Mount Fuji, Table mountain, Half-dome, Colorado’s fourteeners and mount Sinai.

Whether your mountain is popular or non-popular, in order to make your mountain climbing a fantastic adventure to be discussed among friends and family members, you must be prepared for every possible misfortune. This is the





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