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 6 Learn about mountaineering ethics. Tread softly, This code was developed for safety purposes and is essential reading for beginners. 6 Learn about mountaineering ethics. Tread softly, This code was developed for safety purposes and is essential reading for beginners.
  
-7 A mountain club can offer you specialized courses in such skills as (and you need to know them all): +7 A mountain club can offer you specialized courses in such skills as (and you need to know them all): Ice climbing, cutting ice steps, using the ice axe etc...
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 8 Plan your first climb. Try non-technical "​walk-up"​ mountains to begin with, such as Mount Elbert and Mount Kilimanjaro. Remember that every climb can be that little bit harder and higher, so don't try to overdo it to begin with. 8 Plan your first climb. Try non-technical "​walk-up"​ mountains to begin with, such as Mount Elbert and Mount Kilimanjaro. Remember that every climb can be that little bit harder and higher, so don't try to overdo it to begin with.
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