The Rule of Three While Hiking – Because It’s Always Safety First

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Rule No 1: You can survive for 3 weeks without food

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Rule No 2: You can survive 3 days without water

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Rule No 3: You can survive three hours without heat

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Rule No 4: You can survive for 3 minutes without air

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Rule No 5: You should hike with at least 3 people

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This is because, if one falls ill, one person can go looking for help, while one can stay with the sick person to take care of him.

Stay safe while hiking, because it’s always safety first in the mountains

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Atul Khandar

From Mount Cook, the highest mountain in New Zealand to the mighty Himalayan Range, from the Glaciers of Gangotri to standing at 18,500 ft face to face with the revered Sagarmatha, I have travelled the length and breadth of the mountains exploring them on foot. But I am not finished yet, there is still much to see and experience. Photographer | Avid hiker | Budding Film Maker | Entrepreneur

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