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How to go outdoor more safely in winter-III

  1. slippery roads to prevent slippery fall

Due to the cold weather in winter, slippery roads, especially snow and ice, the risk of a slip and fall accident greatly increased. The consequences of a slip and fall accident are uncontrollable. Minor injuries, sprains, bruises, or even death may result from loss of function. Therefore, it is necessary to take precautions before and during the trip to minimize the risk of slipping and falling.

  1. Avalanche vigilance

Avalanche this situation, we usually are rarely encountered, but still give you a popular!

General slope of 20 ° ~ 50 ° terrain is more prone to avalanches; the second is snowfall, snow to accumulate to a sufficient amount before the collapse.

  1. Bring enough equipment

Winter mountaineering, in addition to preparing enough cold gear, but also to prevent unexpected accidents, but also bring a headlamp, portable food, first aid drugs, hand platform, navigation tools, as well as a simple camping tent and first aid blanket. In case of an accident, you will be unable to move or get lost.

The battery consumption will become fast when the temperature is low, so it is best to bring a backup power supply. However, in the mountains, there is often no cell phone signal, so do not rely too much on cell phones.


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