Mountain Climbing

As kids, we all loved climbing on furniture, trees and buildings. In those expeditions we usually faced some difficulties and that would make the adventures exciting. Go back to your childhood and make a goal climbing some bigger heights. In life, it is very important to set a goal and adjust yourself for accomplishing it, because it gives you a picture of who and how big you are, what are you ready to do for yourself and how big that goal is.

Mountaineering or Mountain Climbing is a challenge that varies from a sport over a hobby to professional hiking, skiing, and climbing mountains. While mountaineering began as attempts to reach the highest point of unclimbed big mountains it has branched into specializations that address different aspects of the mountain and consists of three areas: rock-craft, snow-craft and skiing, depending on whether the route chosen is over rock, snow or ice. It is very important to be in a good shape, no really, workout! It is also important to have a planned climb, consult with experienced climbers about the equipment you will need and attend the climb.Raise your adrenalin and conquer a mountain, put it on your bucket list having in mind to actually accomplish it. Have fun with your friends and good luck!

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Scuba Diving

Explore the water planet and enjoy the beauty of the world ocean, get a scuba set and a guide to learn the basics of diving. Before you head to the ocean, have a lesson in a pool - how to breathe etc. because it is important to keep your safety on the best possible level. As children most of us liked to dive, to compete in breath-holding, to hunt sea urchins or some fishes, so go back to your childhood happiness and have fun exploring the underwater nature.

SCUBA is an acronym for self contained underwater breathing apparatus. It is a form of underwater diving in which a diver uses a scuba set to breathe underwater. Depending on the purpose of the dive, a diver usually moves underwater by swim fins attached to the feet, but external propulsion can come from an underwater vehicle, or a sled pulled from the surface. Be careful, but not that much to ruin the excitement. Have in mind that if you choose to try scuba diving you will be spending your summer mostly in water because this is a disease which will infect you after your first expedition.

Standard equipment includes a diving mask or full face diving mask and snorkel, swimfins or scuba fins, dry suit, wetsuit or regular swimsuit (depending on the water temperature, buoyancy compensator or buoyancy control device (BCD), diving weighting system or weight belt, diving cylinder or scuba tank, diving regulator, contents gauge or submersible pressure gauge (SPG), dive computer or depth gauge and timer and surface marker buoy or other surface detection aid.

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