Men are passionate about backpacking, exploring beautiful landscapes or conquering majestic rivers and mountains. It is not only a passion but also an experience that should be tried once in a lifetime. Climbing is a journey to explore hanging cliffs, majestic and pristine caves, bringing a sense of adventure that one can hardly refuse if given the opportunity to challenge.
By the way, we gives men a small tip for preparing mountaineering things to have a spectacular journey for themselves. These tips should only be used for ordinary mountaineering and jungle, not for climbing rocky cliffs or across rivers.
1 / Time climbing
Gentlemen should plan and prepare carefully for their journey, especially for climbing trips that require high determination. For shorter and simpler trips, you can go hiking at convenient times of the year.
If men still want to go in other months, they need to be more prepared to deal with wet, slippery weather, mosquitoes and other dangers. Beautiful weather greatly affects (50-60%) the pleasure of the trip, the quality of photos, health and danger. Rainy, wet weather increases the likelihood of slipping by 70%; 90% discomfort, 30% movement speed. You should also learn about the route, terrain, length … to calculate the time to suit your interests.
2 / Prepare climbing gear
You should pay attention to the preparation of climbing gear depends on the weather too, for example:
Dry days are different from wet day luggage;
- Available road, or forest runway
- Luggage for men is different from women;
- Travel time: 2,3 or 4 days;
- Type of trip: go without a guide, without a porter, or with assistance (more or less).
- Your health: muscles, tolerance to cold, thirst, and stains …
Also the luggage you bring along the mountaineering trip must be contingent. It means you must be on standby when it rains, when lost, when you bleed, when you get lost, when it’s dark, when you’re sick …
Shoes, sandals, mittens, upholstery
Should wear shoes is mainly. Slippers are used only when wading streams and walking in tents.
When choosing shoes to pay attention to choose the size of the foot, with a soft sole and spikes sticking the road, durable, not too heavy, not easily wet, suitable for terrain. The most suitable hiking shoes are leather, turtlenecks (slightly higher than ankles), with rubber spikes (preferably rockier than soft plastic soles), tied strings. Criteria of ‘durable – grip the road’ should be placed on top.
Water resistant shoes
Nothing is more uncomfortable than the shoes were soaked in and it was cold. Water resistant shoes allow you to wade through shallow puddles, about 5-15cm, depending on how the padded leather beneath the laces is attached to the body of the shoe. To prevent water, the leather of the shoes is coated with waterproof glue.