Mountaineering, or mountaineering, is a type of adventure that involves age and gender restrictions. Mountaineering is an adventurous, risky, strenuous and unsuitable trip for the elderly, children, people with cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure. Although not many people take part in mountaineering trips and they are not harmful to the environment, they are taken under special state protection due to the nature of the belt and the preservation of its original appearance. The following should be taken into account when organizing a mountain trip and climbing a mountain. These include:
- Be knowledgeable and informed about good security
- Mountain climbing requires a very experienced guide
- Travel on special roads
- Be well prepared for rope harnesses, special clothing, compasses, shoe bags, goggles, etc. / warm clothes, boots, hats and goggles in winter /
- Careful preparation of food and medicine (for example, climbing high mountains can change a person’s heart rate and blood pressure, so it is important to be well prepared).
Mountain travel rules
- It is forbidden to throw rocks or hit
- Do not dispose of waste
- Take a special road to the top of a cliff or mountain top
- When harvesting fuel, do not break trees, but pick up fallen branches
- Fire prevention
- Obtain a license from the Department of Environment
- Do not harm components of biodiversity such as vegetation and wildlife
- There are rules such as fines for violating the laws and regulations established by PAs.