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Do you have any interest in climbing a high mountain, or does the thought scare you?

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Absolutely none!
Even when I was fit and able, I don't think it is something I would be interested in.
I cannot see the point of doing this.

I also do not like heights so there is no question about my climbing a high mountain!
by Finy
Absolutely not !!! I can see why some people want to challenge themselves to do this, to prove their own fitness or as a sense of accomplishment . Me ? No thanks. I don't have anything to prove to myself.
It would be nice to say I'd conquered a mountain but it seems like such a lot of effort. I'd be just as happy flying in on a helicopter and only having to walk a short distance.
If helicopter access is impossible then I'll give it a miss thanks
Hmmm. Let me think. . . . NO!! Very scary thought.
by Rice
As long as my life will not be at any risk.
No, none at all!! There are so many other ways to enjoy the outdoors which are far safer, much easier and extremely pleasing to my soul!!
Do it at least once a week, though only ones under 1,500 m high. Did two yesterday, including Tibrogargan. Always enjoy it. Last weekend was Mt Maroon. Great mountains, great company. Highly recommended.
Not for me. I know I would enjoy the view, but will happily take the chair lift to get there.
None whatsoever!
by Vee
Totally scarey as I too am afraid of heights.
I enjoy trekking and climbing mountains. I wish I could do it more often
by AJ
No, I'm not really into mountain climbing, but I was backpacking in Bali in 'Jan '95, & we went to placed near Mt Agong. (?) We climbed that large mountain, with the owner of the homestay we were staying in. Unfortunately, my shoes didn't have any grip left on them, so it was like 2 steps forward, 1 back, with our guide pushing me up the hill, the poor man. It took me 1 & 3/4hrs. the others were up the top, way before I was. When I got up there, I cried & cried, with relief!
by Miro
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