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Rules of Mountaineering
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Be aware of bush fire
There is a high risk of bush fire in spring and autumn when the air is dry. Do not bring any flammable substances such as matches or cigarettes. Cooking or wood-fires are permitted only in designated areas. If you see a bush fire, call the forest authorities (1688-3119) or fire stations immediately. If you are trapped in fire, do not panic. Stay calm and find a spot where the fire is weakest. Check the direction of the wind, and then move away from the fire without delay. During the danger period designated by the Korea Forest Service, hiking routes are restricted or opened in accordance with bush fire forecasts. Checking with forest authorities or the forest related website is recommended before planning a hike.

Keep bags light and hands free
Adjust your pace to the slowest person
If you find yourself lost and turn back immediately
Conserve thirty percent of your body energy and avoid mountaineering longer than eight hours
Keep a map and check your location frequently
Use designated routes only
Be aware of bush fire
Start early in the morning and finish one or two hours before sunset
Eat sparingly but frequently
Check information about the mountain destination including routes and weather
Bring appropriate clothes and equipment

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