“In all of our hiking trips together, this is the first time that I’ve seen you asked for a break,“ my friend told me. Every time I ask for a break, it is not because I’m tired. It is because my heart desires some rest from the sharp rocks that give me the heebie-jeebies.
You don’t need hiking/trekking skills to conquer Lioness Back and Rhino Rock. What you need are rock scrambling skills because you’ll be doing these:
Do not underestimate these rocks because once you fall and your hands get caught between rocks, you know what’s gonna happen 127 hours later. Just kidding. Anyway, have you seen that movie? On the brighter side, you don’t need to worry much because no one has died in conquering these rockies yet. That’s a reason why you should get a guide, especially if it’s your first time climbing the rockies. We didn’t intend to get a guide but one of the guide just followed us and we’re glad he did.
It is the guides’ responsibility (and yours too) to try to ensure your group’s safety and our guide did his job well. It doesn’t mean that if your guide is there, you can do anything risky. Remember to be cautious of your safety at all times!
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