Mountain Climbing: Water, Heart Rate, and Climbing With Ropes

At high altitudes, mountain climbers need to take in 4 - 5 liters of water per day because high elevations dehydrate the body. This is typically performed by melting snow. When climbing, climbers often experience tachycardia because of the high elevation being scaled. Mountain climbers use ropes which are standard lengths of 150’ long. Climbers will often set small target goals like getting from one crevasse to another within an hour to break up a climb into smaller constituents, so that the ent...

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