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Pacing plays a crucial role in your Damavand trek.
Although our guides will guide you according to your body rhythm but, trekking balance and uniform steps may lead you to the top of Damavand.
If in your Damavand trek, you adjust your pacing in order to save your energy. It is called walking with rest breaks.
Trekking Damavand requires spending lots of energy thus, your legs and need intermittent rest. If in your Damavand trek you are walking in a slow pace, there is a short pause at each step.
Also breathing should be in harmony pacing.
In ordinary circumstances, for example when you are walking in a street, breathing is performed every three or four steps.
At high altitude of Damavand, where the air becomes thin, the lungs need more help. Thus, in your Damavand trek, at higher altitudes, you need three or four breathing between each step.
At higher altitudes of Damavand, you should intentionally and consciously take deep breaths.
In your Damavand trek, you need a harmony between your feet, lungs and soul. If in your Damavand trek you feel shortness of breathe in such way that you cannot talk to others easily, know that you are walking faster than the standard rhythm.
In your Damavand trek If you walk slowly and rhythmic, you need less stop and rest but if you walk fast, every five to ten minutes you should stop and rest.
If you are climbing Damavand in such way that you can walk at least for one hour non-stop, then know that you are walking correctly and rhythmic.
Beginners should not walk more than 10 kilometres a day.
These days, eco-tourism in Damavand is taken into consideration more than every time.
Each Damavand climber may have a positive or negative environmental effect on Damavand.
If in your Damavand trek you feel shortness of breathe, it’s a sign of heart problem.
There are some disease that cause heart problem.
At higher altitudes the persons lungs may become full of blood and therefore the person cannot take breath easily.
We will talk about the preservation and protection of Damavand in next few articles.