By Karyn Bates. Outdoor Gear. Published at Sunday, April 01st, 2018 - 16:21:20 PM.
On the other hand, those who advocate this form of rock climbing claim that it is the only way that rock climbers can perform their sport all through the year and so, despite adverse weather conditions one can still climb a rock and fulfill ones desire regardless of the circumstances.
Always take one or two extra layers with you especially if it is cold. You can put on or take off layers according to how hard you are hiking and it’s always good to have some warm fleece to put on when you stop for your breaks. Keep your head dry by using the adjustable hood on your jacket or a wide brimmed waterproof breathable hat. Keep your feet dry and warm by wearing a good pair of waterproof hiking boots and hiking socks. Make sure that your boots have “gusseted” tongues to keep the water out of your boots if you step in a puddle.
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.
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