Mountain Climbing Safety

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Search on for Missing Mountaineer 

A Colorado climber packing skis but limited other gear is missing on Mount McKinley and an initial high-altitude aerial search produced no sightings this morning.
Gerald Myers, 41, of Centennial, Colo., is believed to have reached the 20,320-foot summit of North America’s highest peak Wednesday afternoon, according to National Park Service spokeswoman Maureen McLaughlin.
A group of […]

The Value Of Our Vision 

Our eyes play a very important role in our body without it we are blind, we cannot see light, color , shapes and the beautiful things that surrounds us. Living blind is almost impossible, although people who were born blind still live normally like we do but it is a pity to see them […]

Be Safe During Earthquakes 

Mother Nature can certainly wreak havoc on our beautiful planet. Although our planet seems to bounce back like it’s just another day at the office, we sometimes cannot. The truth is we have to prepare ourselves for what Mother Nature and all her wrath has in store. Fortunately for us we can do so ahead […]

Winter Sports – Get Your Insurance Ready 

You can go snowboarding go skiing and do many other winter sports.
As you are getting your body ready for winter sports you will want to take an honest test to yourself and ask yourself how good of shape are you really in. then you just need to start running and getting ready for the winter […]

Safety First for Mountain Climbing 

Given the many possibilities that could happen as you go mountain climbing, it is also possible to encounter some mishaps and difficulties. Thus, it is definitely wise to equip yourself with the right things when you venture into the forest.
1. Right Climbing Equipment
There are lots of equipments that you will get to know when you go […]

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