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Rules of Mountaineering
A mountaineer who adopts Alpine style is referred to as an Alpine Mountaineer.
1. Check information about the mountain destination including routes and weather
It is important to collect enough information about your destination to in advance. Choose a suitable mountain while considering personal experience and physical capability. Check whether the route is blocked or not. Be aware of the time required to walk the trail, water availability and any dangerous areas. Plan a mountaineering schedule. In order to predict any weather change, you need to check the weather for the day of your trip and also the preceding day. A portable radio is recommended for an immediate response to unpredicted weather conditions.
2. Bring appropriate clothes and equipment
It is hard to predict the weather in mountainous areas.It is essential to bring extra clothes and appropriate mountaineering equipment for any case of significant drop in temperature after rain or wind. Hiking shoes should fit and be of good quality. Warm, waterproof jackets and spandex pants are helpful.
3. Adjust your pace to the slowest person
In order to prevent unexpected accidents, a hiking plan should be made based on the pace of the slowest person in the group.
4. Start early in the morning and finish one or two hours before sunset
As everyone knows, the sun sets earlier in the mountains. Check the time required for ascent and descent, and start your descent at least one or two hours before sunset. You should bring a lantern and extra batteries just in case you have an accident or get lost.
5. Conserve thirty percent of your body energy and avoid mountaineering longer than eight hours
Dont overwork. Dont overestimate yourself. Over-confidence in strength and hiking technique could result in emergency situations caused by exhaustion or undiscovered health conditions. Once the hike begins, a ten-minute break every hour is recommended. Avoid drinking a lot of water. It may overload the stomach and disrupt the balance of oxygen rate in the blood, which causes fatigue.



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