By Bobbi Kerr. Outdoor Gear. Published at Saturday, March 17th, 2018 - 10:51:56 AM.
Of course, not every rock climber that has undergone indoor rock climbing training actually will graduate to climbing in the outdoors though it does nevertheless provide a good opportunity to them to learn as well as practice the various aspects of real outdoor rock climbing.
There are actually lots that you can do to ensure that you will enjoy hiking in the rain. The most important thing is to be prepared with the right clothing for the wet weather and the cold temperatures. You will need a good waterproof breathable rain jacket and pants. Don’t go cheap on your rain gear as you will quickly find out that it is either not waterproof or does not breathe. If your rain gear doesn’t breathe it will cause the moisture from your body to condense on the inside of your gear resulting you getting wet not from the rain but from your own perspiration. Get a jacket made by a good outdoor apparel manufacturer like Columbia Sportswear, The North Face or Patagonia and you won’t go wrong.
Besides climbing shoes, you will also need to use other mountain climbing gear such as gloves, ropes, harnesses, belay devices, racks, karabiners, helmets as well as axes, ATC and headlamps as well as many more items which you will probably choose according to your needs. Obviously, you will also want to include food and water as well as sunglasses, sun block, first aid kit and camera, and tent and cookware. Among the special items of training equipment you need to have are grip savers, campus boards, fingerboards and even a knife.
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