{“main-title”:{“component”:”hc_title”,”id”:”main-title”,”title”:””,”subtitle”:””,”title_content”:{“component”:”hc_title_image”,”id”:”title-image”,”image”:”https://alpinistadventure.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/Alpinist-adventure-alpinie-style-1024×768.jpg|1920|2560|990101075″,”full_screen”:false,”full_screen_height”:””,”parallax”:false,”bleed”:””,”ken_burn”:””,”breadcrumbs”:false,”light”:false,”alignment”:””}},”section_5ZtkF”:{“component”:”hc_section”,”id”:”section_5ZtkF”,”section_width”:””,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”vertical_row”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”section_content”:[{“component”:”hc_column”,”id”:”column_vtfQF”,”column_width”:”col-md-12″,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”main_content”:[{“component”:”hc_wp_editor”,”id”:”Xhugf”,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”editor_content”:”Nepal is a land of huge mountains, with peaks ranging from 5500 meters to a whopping 8848.86 meters. People from all over the world, whether they’re just starting or are experienced climbers, are drawn to these challenging mountains to test their skills. Some succeed in reaching the top, while others learn important lessons from these big mountains.\n\nIn an interesting twist, the history of climbing is going back to its beginnings, bringing back the excitement of real climbing from a long time ago. This is the comeback of the alpine era.\n\nMore and more climbers are choosing alpine style climbing for different reasons. Some think that using fixed ropes or siege style climbing is like going on a ‘via ferrata,’ which is different from the true spirit of climbing. The main difference is in how they go up the mountain.\n\nAlpine style climbing needs a lot of training from experienced mountain instructors and years of practice on rocks and ice. Climbers spend time learning about equipment and ropes, gaining the confidence to tackle mental and physical challenges on the mountains. On the other hand, siege style climbing is more guided, with climbers getting some training at home and then being fully guided by Sherpas during the climb. This can make climbers feel more like participants than real climbers.\n\nA special thing about alpine style climbing is that climbers take care of themselves. They carry their own gear, tents, and food, understanding that every little thing matters on their journey. Unlike siege style climbers, alpinists don’t depend as much on help from others and focus on being independent.\n\nAdditionally, alpine style climbing has less impact on the mountains because climbers follow the rule of bringing down everything they take up. This makes the adventure more real, letting climbers fully enjoy the experience. On the other hand, siege style climbing, with its fancy camps and luxuries, can take away from the exciting, adventurous feeling of being in the mountains.\n\nIn the heart of the Nepal Himalayas, the return of alpine style climbing encourages climbers to enjoy a more genuine and challenging kind of climbing. It’s not just about reaching the top but also about respecting and understanding the mountains.”}]}],”section_settings”:””},”scripts”:{},”css”:{},”css_page”:””,”template_setting”:{},”template_setting_top”:{},”page_setting”:{“settings”:[“lock-mode-off”]},”post_type_setting”:{“settings”:{“image”:””,”excerpt”:””,”extra_1″:””,”extra_2″:””,”icon”:{“icon”:””,”icon_style”:””,”icon_image”:””}}}}

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