Find out information about the mountain
The essential information about topography, altitude, weather and the local culture where the mountain is located is something you should learn carefully. You can learn about the mountain through many sources such as books and newspapers, the internet and ask for experiences from those who went before. All will give you an initial overview of the place to consider carefully before deciding to enter the journey.
Prepare for health and psychology
Unlike traveling or riding a normal motorcycle. Rock climbing is a hard work, it is not for those with weak or unstable psychology. A good fitness will help you have a safe journey and less tired before the high slopes or sudden changes of weather. Stable psychology, identifying the hardships that I am going through also helps you to firmly overcome difficulties on the way to conquer the peak.
Prepare necessary luggage
Climbing a mountain top can take a day, or a few days depending on the height. Traveling in the mountain forest with harsh environment forces you to carefully prepare the necessary luggage.
You should equip yourself with the following items: a high neck climbing shoes and good friction; raincoats work to keep warm; small flashlight and a good whistle; backpacks containing personal papers and electronic items such as phones and cameras; Personal medical bag to some drugs and first aid supplies; small knife or a versatile tool kit; individual tents; gloves, hats and climbing sticks. It should be noted that all items carried are water resistant, because the dense mountain forests are always damp and you may also encounter sudden rain.
Follow the organization
This is something that those who intend to climb mountains need special attention. Climbing is a long journey full of difficulties and challenges. Whether you are a person with many years of experience or just starting out, climbing is not allowed to be done alone.
Life skills such as going to the forest, working in groups, seeking support, etc. are essential for climbers. Understanding of controlling breathing when climbing, regulating body temperature when changing altitude or knowing how to first aid some injuries or encounter such as rubbing limbs, cramps, snake bites, etc. are things that any climber needs to master. Whether you are in the same group or alone, life skills always help you have the best way to handle and overcome difficulties in case of need.