Our Head Guides and sherpa are in charge. He or she sets the pace for the day and their word is final. They will also decide who should leave a trek and be sent down the mountain if someone gets ill. It is very important to listen to their advice and to maintain their pace which will be suited to the slowest trekker. This is another reason for getting fit before you go because delays in a group can lead to accidents.
You should always have your day kit with you which must include first aid gear, a fleece, sun hat and sun cream, water and waterproofs. The weather can change within minutes from sunny sky to a freak hallstorm- You may be in an area with no shelter and have to look out for each other if the weather changes so preparation is essential for safety reasons.
Carrying and drinking water is vitail in the mountains, as the risk of dehydration is higher. the water from taps is not safe in Nepal. Boiling it, purifying it or useing bottled water is an alternative. You should be drinking at least 3 litres daily.
The other hazard to watch out for in the mountains are the yaks that carry loads up and down the mountains. These animals charge over the narrowest of rope bridges and down tracks and will stop for no one.
If you see the yaks coming, always get between the mountain and the yak, and never the edge of the trail. The animals have been known to shove a trekker or two off the side of the mountain, accidentally of course. You should also move aside for porters Who often have wide loads and move at a pace between villages.
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