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Mountain climbing can be a dangerous sport because of all the risks and hazards involved when trying to conquer a certain peak. That is why prior to the actual climb, intense preparation is required. Mapping out the route, checking weather conditions, purchasing and securing the necessary equipment (including goods), and other preparations are very important in the whole process of mountain climbing.
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Mountain climbers are adventurers who look for a bright new challenge. Whether one particular mountain climber is a professional or a hobbyist, most if not all of them all look forward to conquering a peak that is more difficult than their previous one. All mountain climbers have the same goal - to reach the top of the mountain, no matter how high it is or how dangerous the journey may be.
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Mountain climbing is considered by some to be an extreme sport because of the risks and hazards associated with it. Imagine climbing up the world's tallest peak, where the summit offers very little oxygen to go along with the biting-cold weather. Mountain climbing can be considered a dangerous sport or hobby, yet there are still many people around the world who want to take the challenge and adventure of mountain climbing.
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Hillwalking in Scotland attracts visitors from all over the world. While many prefer to walk in popular areas such as Glencoe, the Grampians or Arrocher Alps, some discerning hillwalkers will tell you that the Oban and Argyll area offers some classic climbs with equally classic views. Situated on Scotland's West Coast and a two hour drive from Glasgow, climbing here is not only exciting and varied, but much less quiet than the more popular climbs.
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There are fourteen mountains that present the ultimate challenge to the world’s most experienced climbers. They are the so-called eight-thousanders, the fourteen mountains on Earth that are over eight thousand metres in height, all of them to be found in the Himalaya and the Karakoram mountain range. Learn more about the quest to conquer the eight-thousanders...
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In the shortest answer, it means "going vertical." But that can include sport climbing in a gym, bouldering without ropes (either at the gym or outside) close to the ground with spotters or crash pads in case you fall, cragging at local outcrops that require use of climbing ropes but no hikes to get to the rock, and alpine climbing, where you travel on foot quite a distance to get to your destination.
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Mountaineering, otherwise known as Alpinism, is the sport, profession, or recreation of Climbing or going up mountains. It is a more challenging form of hiking; where one have to trek on higher altitudes. Although the toughest, this outdoor activity is also the most fulfilling.
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Describing the climbing technique known as bouldering. Together with some of the equipment needed and the best places to go. Bouldering is a kind of rock climbing which involves relatively short climbing distances made without a rope and without any special climbing equipment. While people climbing the face of a boulder are generally only going up a few meters, the surfaces that they climb are chosen for being particularly difficult to scale.
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Describing some of the techniques and knowledge required to start ice climbing. Ice climbing is similar in some ways to rock climbing in that it involves techniques for handling a vertical or nearly vertical ascent - however, while many of the methods and even some of the gear used for ice climbing is similar to that of rock climbing, ice climbing has some special differences due to the nature of ice.
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Once an activity labeled as an "extreme sport", rock climbing has in the last few years become a very popular workout activity as the use of indoor climbing walls in fitness facilities, community centers and health clubs has increased and made the sport much more user friendly.
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