Climbing Gear to help you to tackle both molehill and mountain

The world has its ups and downs, not just philosophically, but actually. Hills, mountains, large boulders, downed trees and other uneven terrain can make travel by foot extremely difficult. Sometimes, the fastest route—or, at times, the only route—is to go up and over such obstacles. When the decision is reached to go up, it’s best to have some help. This not only saves you energy physically, it also reduces stress mentally, because you have peace of mind that a slipup might not mean certain death or, at the very least, a hampering injury. Help can come in various forms, including proper climbing ropes (yes,

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