Climbing the mountain is a walking exercise. Hence the mastery of technique goes right must be known beforehand. Walking in the mountains, of course, is not the same as walking on the sidewalk. On the mountain, you have to walk with a load on his back, across the valley, climb the cliff, down the slopes, or pursue a thin ridge-ridge. With a field like that coupled with the burden to be carried, the balance in walking in the mountains is an absolute. As well as the other pedestrians, you have to walk in a fixed rhythm, in other words, not stiff like a robot. Do not change like a dancer. Walking on the mountain also has its art. If a dancer has its pleasure in doing movements, then a climber who is running in a certain rhythm should also be able to feel it as a pleasure anyway.
There are some guidelines that must be considered within a stepped course; this is the first thing that must be considered. Walk with small steps. Do not force the foot to step too wide. The measures that are too wide cause weight often supported by one leg and the balance body could therefore easily be shaken. With small steps, the weight can be supported steadily by both legs. Keep in mind that the foot is not just to maintain their body weight, but have been added to the weight of the items in the backpack. Small steps and breathing movements regularly are great ways to save energy. For the experienced climber, running two or three hours without a break is commonplace. Sure it takes strength and stamina that only can be acquired through training and experience is not small. However, as the minimum size may be said that the hour with a ten-minute break is normal.
When it breaks, sit with your legs straight slightly above the body to restore normal blood flow, because when the body is walking, the whole blood has been centered in the foot. Sip beverages in moderation and eat some snacks. Try not to rest on windy places because cold air can be screwed muscle is resting, can cause cramping in the muscles. Choose the location of a good rest. Psychologically more profitable if you choose a location in the high part. This point of view will look beautiful. Enjoy reducing the feelings of fatigue after a long walk. Eating and drinking in moderation to restore the power. If needed, cook first to make it warm and fresh. It is better to eat a little salt to prevent cramps because of a lot of sweat trickling allow loss of salt from the body. Bringing fresh fruits such as apples, pears, and grapes are also very helpful to restore power. It is because it contains a lot of water and vitamins then consume fresh fruit is also very helpful.
When you walk especially, careful terrain is encountered. If you pass through terrain full of pebbles and rocks sharp, please be careful because the foot easily slips if careless. No different when you have to traverse the terrain rocky big and round like a rock in a river, for example, you have to cross it by jumping from one rock to another, namely the motion in such a way fast that stones trodden not yet had time to roll but you have to jump to another stone.
If the above condition is happening, of course, it is dangerous when you are tired condition. Another way safer is by climbing the stones one by one, slowly at first check the stone to be trampled, so not easy scrolling later. Which method should be used, it depends on your experience and level of fatigue. The steeping grassy terrain is often dangerous, especially when wet with rain or dew. Climbers that are not careful will be easy to slip especially when wearing shoes that do not fit. Similarly, the muddy terrain, muddy, and slippery are dangerous.
Do not believe the small trees on the edge of the cliff. These trees are often not strong enough to withstand the weight of a human, so easily uprooted. Trunks of trees are many decayed and broken when you press and hold the body in situ. If not convinced, just use trees as a balance only. Hike on the slopes with sandy soil is more difficult than on the ground hard. Whenever planted on sandy soil can be dropped down. You sometimes need to step feet into the sandy soil so as not to sag. The second person and so can follow the first traces that are not easily tired, because the sandy soil traces becomes louder.
Walking on the back of a cliff that is thin with a yawning chasm on the left and right is critical condition that requires different technique to repeat it. Strong winds that often blow would destabilize the balance of the body. Do not make movements abrupt and dangerous such as stone throwing or swinging arms out loud. Walk with calm and concentration, but remains in a steady rhythm and not rigid.