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Climbing Mountains for Adventure Seekers

Mountain climbing is one of the most common outdoor sports. A great number of individuals throughout the world love taking the challenge and adventure of this sport.

However, the risks and hazards associated with mountain climbing makes it be viewed as an extreme sport by some individuals.

Annapurna is the most dangerous mountain to climb. It is the 10th highest mountain the world and has a fatality of 41%; the highest in the world.

K2, which is the second highest mountain next to Everest is considered the hardest mountain to climb. This is due to pillars of ice which are likely to collapse on those climbing, steep rock faces, and a glacier that must be crossed. When it comes to women, this mountain has a nasty reputation; for more than 18 years every woman who summited either died on a nearby peak or on the way down.

Other dangerous mountains in the world include Kangchenjunga, Nanga Parbat, and Mont Black Massif among others.

Several elements can make a mountain potentially dangerous to those looking to climb it. Those who plan to undertake mountain climbing adventures must always ensure that they get to the peak of the mountain safely and of course alive. While accidents are unfortunate events that can occur to anyone, it is worth noting that some mountains are safe to climb.

Mt. Kilimanjaro is a famous audacious tourist destination among mountaineers and trekkers. Although it is one of the tallest free standing mountain in the world and the highest in Africa, climbing Kilimanjaro is not that difficult. In fact, it is the simplest to climb among the Seven Summits.

A Kilimanjaro climb will certainly be a memorable experience. It is worth noting that you do not need any kind of technical skills or knowledge to climb Kilimanjaro. However Kilimanjaro summits are not for everyone. Those who wish to pass through this experience need to consider certain important elements. These include the health condition and fitness of the body as well as that of the mind. Mountain climbing requires fitness, mental commitment, and strength in both the arms and the legs. All these are essential in allowing one to handle the degree of difficulty that the Kilimanjaro climb demands.

Also, they should consider the aspect of having a guide.

Mountain climbing enthusiasts claim that the satisfaction and sense of achievement obtained in reaching the top of a climb terrific.

Before you climb Mt Kilimanjaro or other mountains, it is imperative that you firms know the weather forecast in order to under to understand the glacier travels you might experience while climbing and the understand the snow as well.