Summer is an ideal time to go to the mountain. Increasingly those who decide to make walking routes by different natural landscapes. Being in contact with nature is a very relaxing at this time of year, as we can enjoy natural scenery full of life. In spite of everything it is important that when it comes out to practice hiking outdoors not us launch, since in the majority of cases it’s very large areas in which we can get lost. For this reason knowing how to navigate is essential.
Lost when it comes to taking a walk is more common than we think. Most of the time is because people deviates from the marked itineraries or because decide to land almost Virgin in what hiking is concerned. In spite of this, it is necessary to have a series of basics if you want to avoid getting lost and pass a bad drink or even run serious dangers while we perform this activity.
Key points when planning the route
To avoid that any problem happens to us while we are carrying out these activities, it is necessary that we carry out a series of measures. Firstly, it is essential that we have a Basic knowledge of the field in which we’re going to move. Know the route beforehand is essential if we do not want to get last-minute surprises and lose us without giving us features. To make things easier for us many of the circuits are marked with beacons that we follow and we will serve as a great help when it comes to follow a path.
Just as we must control the route that we will continue it is necessary that we provide us even more things by setting a reference point or a goal that will serve as a much better when it comes to guide us. This point should be fixed must be something outstanding and known as a Hermitage, a spring, a prominent natural area … can not set an insignificant place, since it will be more difficult to locate and therefore much worse guide us.
We must carry out the route by paths and roads that have already been set previously. It is not nothing recommendable that we tackle or inventing us an alternative unless we know very well the field in which we are moving. Experience in this way can bring consequences such as getting lost in the middle of a place that we don’t know or run other hazards such as bumping us with geographic features that we did not and that can pose us a drawback on the route.
Knowing when to return a route, it is important for us not caught overnight. For this reason we must set an end point of the path. Along with this we must always be accompanied by a Compass tell us where we are at all times. If we dont have it we can orient ourselves by the signs of nature as the vegetation, to the north face of the plants and trees and rocks, already populated by mosses and lichens due to moisture they receive.
The sky is another way of orienting ourselves, because while all move with the passage of time, the Estrella polar always is fixed marking North. It is a reference that will be useful to compass mode. The Moon It is also another sign that will help us to orient ourselves, since when it is waxing (form D) probes point West, while in the last quarter (C-shaped) the horns look East. These signs will help us locate us on wild land and know where we should go.
In spite of everything necessary to when we go out to walk by the mount or any other natural place we inform before the routes to follow and the route we are going to carry out and go with the proper equipment, since we can not enter without know how make that route even if we lose in the attempt to.
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