8. Tips Before Climbing Mount Rinjani and must do
The idea of climbing a mountain can be exciting yet intimidating at the same time. You know that there’s a rewarding view and scenery when you get to the top, but you’re worried about the whole process and the climb itself. How do you prepare? What should you expect? Any do’s and don’ts? Don’t fret. We’ve rounded up these important tips for mountain climbing beginners!

1. Bring snacks high in carbs and protein
Remember that physical exercise’s main fuel is carbohydrate. You’re going to burn a lot of carbohydrates and fats on your hike, and you can’t lose too much because you’ll run out of energy before the whole thing is over. Focus on keeping your body supplied with enough carbs to optimize your performance. Pack some trail mix, nuts, candies, bread, etc.(hehehehe always food)

2. Bring first aid kit
Basic medicines, bandaids, cotton, betadine, and anything you think you might need will be worth their weight in gold if ever something bad comes up. This is a golden rule. Don’t ever forget to bring your first aid kit!

3. Jog or do cardio before you climb
This is how you can condition your body and build your stamina for the uphill climb. This is really important especially if you don’t usually work out, because you don’t want to shock your body of the exertion it’s to going to go through. Make sure to jog a few times in the weeks leading to your climb.

4. Read about the Rinjani mountain in our website Before you’re going to climb
This is necessary because it’s best to know about the features specific to the trail, like the presence of limatic (blood leeches), river or waterway crossing and wading, availability of water source, entrance fees, etc.

5. Stretch before the climb
Nothing like stretching to get you pumped up and warm up your muscles for the hours of hiking that lies ahead of you! Try doing dynamic stretches instead of static stretches. Dynamic stretches require you to move through the stretches instead of holding them for 10 seconds, which is what you would do in static stretches. Examples of dynamic stretches are alternating knee lift, squat to hip flexor, alternating high kicks, torso twist, and alternating quad stretch.

6. Keep your trash with you
Never throw it in the mountains and nearby community! Bring a container like plastic where you can store your trash. Be respectful of the environment and remember that you’re merely a guest in the mountain you’re exploring.

It would be good to keep the 7 Leave No Trace Principles in mind: plan ahead, travel and camp on durable surfaces, dispose of waste properly, leave what you find, minimize campfire impacts, respect wildlife, and be considerate of other visitors.

Hopefully, you’re already aware that you require certain items for when you hike, and mountaineering is no different.

if you want to go mountain climbing, you will need to know which things to bring in mountain climbing for both safety and success.

Be sure to pack the essentials, including a map, first aid kit, food and water, warm clothes, light with spare batteries, knife, compass, whistle, waterproof matches, and a communication device.Being without any of these items can often lead to dire consequences – after all, how do you climb a mountain without proper gear
Never take selfies and jump shots along ridges

8. Waterproof your things whether rain or shine
Even if it doesn’t rain, you never know if you’re going to run into a puddle or stream that you have to cross, or worse, might slip into. Don’t just protect yourself, protect your things too by using waterproof materials.

so,those are 8 tips for beginners before climbing mount rinjani that you have to do

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