A Simple Guide to Conquering New Peaks

A Simple Guide to Conquering New Peaks

The weather conditions have long since become very favorable for staying outdoors. So, let’s take advantage of these benefits and go out into nature. Unfortunately, a large number of people spend time sitting indoors. The only walk we allow ourselves takes place in the house, and the only way out is to the car parked in front of the house. Whether you visit the gym or not, a stay in nature can only benefit you. For that reason, we suggest hiking in nature, as a short, one-day trip. So, read this simple guide to conquering new peaks.

How to conquer a new peaks

For a start, the most important thing is to know that you never go to the mountains alone, nor do you go on unknown and unmarked trails. Also, never go in the rain, fog or at night.


Of course, if you are inexperienced or not in the best shape, start a shorter “journey” on marked hiking trails and on terrain that is not too demanding. Hiking trails are recognized by their characteristic signposts, which say how much you need to walk to a certain destination (waterfall, cave, mountain lodge). In addition, trees or rocks are marked with a red circle with a white color in the middle. If you move away or lose from the marked mark, return to the last marked point.

Choose a path that suits your physical abilities and, of course, rely on the knowledge and experience of your guide.

Otherwise, while walking, do not rush. Walk slowly and enjoy nature. Breathing should be coordinated with movement. You must not allow yourself to breathe or start sweating. If you are tired, take a break. But take care that the rest does not last too long for new peaks.

Hiking equipment


The most important props are, of course, shoes. You need deep shoes with a profiled sole. The basic requirement is that it be footwear made of solid and waterproof material. Ideally, in addition to shoes, you should also have some kind of “shield”. They protect you perfectly from the intrusion of small stones, wet grass, snake bites or other insects. Of course, we also recommend a hat, goggles, walking sticks and a small backpack. Be sure to pack a raincoat made of waterproof material, a flashlight, a first aid kit, and an anti-allergen in your backpack. In addition to the above, bring a thinner jacket or sweater, food, water and garbage bags. Don’t overdo it, because your backpack shouldn’t be heavy.


If you have accepted these simple tips, we believe that they will be useful to you. And when you conquer a new mountain peak for the first time, believe that you will also feel pleasure in conquering your own goal.