More and more people want to hike climbing or travel, what should we pay attention to when hiking?

1. Make sure to do some warm-up exercises before climbing, especially for people who rarely participate in sports, it is recommended to do some muscle stretching exercises to try to relax the muscles of the whole body so that it will feel much easier to climb, it is recommended that the warm-up activities last at least 10 minutes.

2. Try to avoid wearing cotton clothes, once sweating and soaking, cotton clothes will take away a lot of heat from the body, which very easy to causes a loss of temperature.

3. Carry at least one more day of food than planned, extra food is to cope with the accident and have to extend the time of outdoor activities.

4. Descending the mountain must control the speed, can not go too fast, is easy to injure, and pay attention to relaxing the muscles in the knee area, too tight will cause greater pressure on the leg joints, so muscle fatigue.

5. When climbing cliffs, be sure to hang the trekking poles on the bag, not on the bowl, where you need to use both hands and feet, the poles will affect the flexibility of your hands.

6. Headlamp, flashlight, spare batteries. Outdoor activities, probably because of trip delays, require night trips. Good lighting facilities can ensure the safety of outdoor athletes.

7. Bread will make you feel hungry again in a very short time. Climbing is very exhausting and bread can only fill your stomach temporarily, so it is better to bring some high-calorie food, such as meat, dried fruits, high-sugar drinks, etc.

8. Put a little salt in your water bottle or bring a bag of mustard before you leave will be good for replenishing electrolytes (you will sweat a lot during exercise, causing salt loss, salt water or mustard can quickly replenish the lost salt and restore your strength).

9. Choose a campsite near a water source that can provide water for cooking and washing.

If the campground is far from the water source, it will bring a lot of inconveniences and even danger to the campground.

10. Don't camp on beaches, riverbeds, streams, and valleys during the rainy season to avoid being swept away by sudden floods, and don't camp on top of mountains or open areas during thunderstorms to avoid being struck by lightning.

11. The wind will quickly take away the body's heat and make people catch a cold or even cause illness. At the same time, high winds will roll away the tent and make cooking more difficult, so it is best to camp on the leeward side of a hill, in a forest or forest clearing, in a cave, on both sides of a ridge, etc.

12. Every wild animal is potentially dangerous. Regardless of the type or size of wild animals, do not approach or feed them, and always maintain a safe viewing distance.