Rock climbing involves strength, control and finesse. Using the muscles in your arms and legs to pull yourself up a sheer rock face takes strength and control. Using your brain to place your hands and feet so that your muscles can do their job — that’s finesse.
The basic premise behind rock climbing is extremely simple. You are trying to climb from the bottom to the top of something. If that was all there were to it, then you would need nothing but your body and a good pair of climbing shoes. The other part of the sport comes if you slip anywhere along the way. Because of the possibility of falling, rock climbing involves a great deal of highly specialized equipment to catch you when you fall. When you’re rock climbing outdoors on “traditional” routes, learning to use and properly place this equipment is at least half of the sport!
EMAC uses a number of natural and artificial climbing routes in Marghala Hills and Khanpur Lake areas, both providing breathtaking views and true essence of adventure.
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