The first step is to find a decent route.
If you’re up against a long, exposed ridge, you’ll probably want to go in a slightly lower gear to get a good feel for the terrain.
The next step is the climbing itself.
When you’ve got a good feeling, you might even have a good idea of where to start.
The best route is the one that you’ve climbed, but a couple of good climbing guides can also be useful.
If your route is too steep, you can always try to start in the opposite direction to where the route starts.
This will get you a better feel for where you need to start to climb.
When climbing in the middle of nowhere, you may find it easier to get started with the guide, but once you’ve started, it can be difficult to know where to go.
A good guide will guide you from point A to point B. If the guide’s guidebook says you should go up or down, you needn’t bother.
Just follow their route.
If you’re on the ridge, make sure you get good, vertical line on the route.
That’s usually the best way to tell if it’s a good route or not.
If there’s any way of climbing the route that looks like it could be a good way, you should try it.
The only thing you really have to worry about when climbing a route is that you’re going up or descending.
But don’t be discouraged if you don’t climb it, or if it looks like you might be climbing it wrong.
That might just be the guide.
If a guide tells you to go up, you must try it to see if it works.
If it doesn’t work, you will probably not be able to climb the route as you should, but it may be something you need help with.
If all else fails, you could always take your time, sit on a ledge and try to climb it.
Some of the best routes on the mountain are those that are difficult to climb because of the sheer amount of vertical climbing required.