Mountain climbing is still often associated with dangerous male activities. In fact, lately it seems that more and more women are involved in this activity. Launching from the EIGER Adventure Service Team (EAST) shows that nearly 55% of today’s climbers are women.
Basically, there are four abilities that an adventurer should have, namely technical ability, fitness, humanity, and environmental understanding. More about these capabilities, see more below.
Recognize objective and subjective dangers on the way
determination must be balanced with knowledge of outdoor activities, especially regarding the types of hazards. There are two types of hazards in outdoor activities, namely objective and subjective hazards. Objective hazards are hazards caused by natural factors such as altitude, weather, oxygen, terrain, and rainfall. Meanwhile, subjective hazard is a hazard caused by human factors or limited human resources.
Keep maintaining hygiene in outdoor activities
There are still many female climbers who are ignorant of hygiene when doing activities for various reasons. In fact, if not noticed early on, this can have a big impact later on, such as vaginitis or vaginal infections, to the difficulty of having children.
The main thing in maintaining hygiene is always changing underwear before going to bed and washing …