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Tips for Tourists Climbing a Mountain for the First Time

Nowadays adventure tourism is very fashionable, so many tourists, whether for lack of economic resources or for the fact of creating their own adventure, decide to climb some mountain or mountain range that is within their reach. If this is your idea for the holidays, then there are some tips that you should keep in mind before making your beginner exit.

First of all, you must know what you are about to face. 

Climbing mountains is not a joke, so you should prepare yourself mentally and physically for the excursion. Even if this is not the first time you climb, you may feel a bit of altitude sickness, with symptoms such as nausea and headaches. Your body will make a great effort so it is recommended to do some type of exercise daily before climbing to be in the best physical conditions possible.

Another fact to consider is the research process on the mountain to climb, noting the elevations, the average time it takes to climb, temperatures, etc.

Create a realistic plan in advance.

It is very difficult to climb 2 mountains in 2 days if this is your first time. Take only the necessary and indispensable in the backpack so you do not have to carry extra weight during your ascent (this can be very painful and damaging if you have no experience).

Be sure to bring medications like anti-inflammatories, antibiotics, along with enough water and nutritious snacks for the road. Caramel bars and cereals are ideal because of their low weight and high concentration of nutrients for a rapid increase in energy at the top.

Begin the ascent early in the day as possible. 

Thunderstorms are likely to develop in the west in the afternoon, so it's a good idea to come back before 2 or 3 in the afternoon.

Do not get your hopes up too soon. 

When you pass beyond the tree line and start literally climbing towards the mountain, you will sometimes have the feeling that you are closer to the top of what you have actually ascended. Try not to get discouraged, as you are likely to have to keep climbing much more than you think.

When you reach the top...

Take a quick snack, take a photo, and begin the descent. The view from the top is absolutely breathtaking, but the longer you relax, the more you can increase your chances of getting caught in a thunderstorm.

Keep a log of the trip. Take note of how long the promotion took you as well as interesting things or people you've met along the way.

Do not give up. Your body and mind are capable of supporting more than you think. It is a feeling of great empowerment to climb a mountain and reach the top, so you should adhere to this idea, even when you feel as if you are about to collapse.
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