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Sep
2
comment Trek-able peaks in the himalayan range
Can climbing these 5000 m to 6000 m mounts help you to be ready for higher mounts in Himalaya? Does it give you the similar sense about the situation and weather?
Feb
10
comment What is scientific relation between body weight and backpack weight in mountain climbing?
Thanks for participation in this topic.
Feb
10
comment What is scientific relation between body weight and backpack weight in mountain climbing?
@Nisan Thanks! it was interesting! I am searching for something like this because I do not want to do something which I have to tolerate its disadvantages over the time specially by aging. I love adventure but l need my health to do it! :)
Feb
9
comment What is scientific relation between body weight and backpack weight in mountain climbing?
Thanks! Good idea but not the answer!
Feb
9
comment What is scientific relation between body weight and backpack weight in mountain climbing?
I want a scientific formula or a rule which shows a permanent connection between body weight and backpack weight and surely a guess according to my audience's personal experience can help but not his/her guess about me from long distance.
Feb
9
comment What is scientific relation between body weight and backpack weight in mountain climbing?
I do not want to get bigger or stronger! I only want to find with this weight and fitness which I have how much weight is suitable for me to carry and doesn't harm my body over the time.
Feb
9
comment What is scientific relation between body weight and backpack weight in mountain climbing?
@Nisan thanks! Send it as an answer to this question. It seems reasonable and correct.