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Snow SkiingPrecautions
Choose your mountain first, according to your capabilities and abilities. To get a zest of lengthy, steep climbing at high altitude, beginners should consider starting with a non-technical "walk-up". The adequately steep snowy peaks need basic skills and particular equipment to climbing safely. It requires hooks, ice axe, safety fittings, and a rope to link the climbers together.

It is important to decide weather you are interested in climbing a peak or high-altitude trekking and the hazards involved in the tour as well as your physical fitness.

Consult the doctor to determine your physical condition and take proper medical precautions as per the doctor's advice.

All the medicines that one may require and other basic surgical equipment should be taken along with you. High-altitude survival techniques, Proper mountaineering directions and first aid techniques should be taken into account.

Essential Skills
Before you tackle the big mountains, you'll need to test your skills on molehills.
The first most essential skill the perquisite of mountaineering is your physical fitness that will tell you the amount of fun you will be driving while climbing. Before challenged climbing, workout routines should be frequent and rigorous. To maintain your cardiovascular fitness, try walking with a loaded haversack, running, biking, swimming, climbing of stairs and cross-country skiing. For upper-body strength, try push-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups, and indoor climbing.

Acquire the skills of mountaineering from an experienced mountaineer or certified guiding service. If you are going for your first climbing go for basic mounting techniques that includes signals, belaying, anchor systems, and climbing protection, basic rope management, useful climbing knots, and most important, basic wilderness survival.

Ambitious peak-beginner with better rock-climbing skills might try to start with steeper, more technical and less snowy beginner mountains. Beginner-peak climbs typically take one or two days, there are climbing schools offering multi-day mountaineering courses with their climbs.

With a couple of technical beginner peaks under your belt, try going for much harder expedition peaks, that needs longer walks and minimum of a week climbing.

At the top of the mountaineering pyramid are the Himalayan giants that exceed 8,000m /26,246 feet in altitude, of these majestic mountains, only Everest are constantly served by commercial outfitters, which accommodate unskilled climbers.

Gear Up
The equipment requisite for mountaineering are climbing rope, ice axe, stiff-soled over-the-ankle boots, warm clothing, energy food and drinks, survival gear, and at least one partner. Depending on the mountain and its conditions, you also might need hook for drawing along; a helmet; slings; safety that can be adopted on rock, ice, or snow; an avalanche beacon; a chest harness; hammer, tent, sleeping bag and rucksack. You can get all these equipment from climbing shops or can taken on rent.

Other requirements include extreme winter clothing and oxygen- if necessary, are normally provided by the outfitter.

Most of the equipment is normally supplied by Indian Mountaineering Foundation in Delhi or from the tourism offices of state governments. If you have booked your tour with any adventure tour operator, then all the necessary equipments are provided by the operator. There are more than 300 mountaineering clubs in India and can also be contacted for your prerequisites.

Common Terms
Anchor or Protection: A fixed support on the mountain terrain that holds the weight of a climber while falling or descending.
Belay: Various techniques used by a rope climber to have a control while descending.
Carabiner: A metal snap-link used for attaching the rope to an anchor.
Crampons: Metal boot attachments with numerous spikes that render adhesive friction on slippery snow and ice.
Rappel: A controlled slide down through anchored rope.
Sling: Nylon tubular webbing with its ends either fastened or professionally sewn together making a loop used to attach an anchor.

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