By Elma Olson. Outdoor Gear. Published at Tuesday, May 08th, 2018 - 20:27:44 PM.
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.
After our leisurely lunch, we had one last challenge. As climbers always remind each other, the climb is only half done when you reach the top. After double-checking the anchor, I clipped Mason and myself to the rope and we rappelled down the cliff. The first step is the hardest as you trust your anchor and step out over the edge of the cliff. Mason and I held hands as we leaned back into the rope. Once the rope had our weight, it was easy. Down we went, taking our time to enjoy the feeling of total safety on the vertical face of the mountain. At the bottom, we celebrated again, and then it was time to pack the gear and head home.
Pretend, If you are a creative parent you could create an elaborate scenario where the kids are camping as early settlers who are beginning a new civilization. Nature brings out the creativity in all of us. It allows your childrens minds to run wild with new idea.
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