How to Climb a Large Rock

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Do you know how to climb a large rock? It can be a helpful skill. It is great excercise too! This article will teach you how to climb a large rock.


  1. Find a good, sturdy rock. If you are a beginner, start with a smaller rock. Then as you get better, you can climb larger rocks.
  2. Grasp the rock firmly with your hands, and pull your feet up. Always have a good grip on the rock.
  3. Slowly, but steadily climb up the rock. Pull you legs up as you grasp different places. Do not climb too fast! You could get hurt.
  4. Once you get to the top, rest for a little bit and catch your breath. Look at the beautiful view.
  5. Climb down once you are ready. Make sure you are facing the rock when climbing down.


  • Wear good,gripping shoes, like hiking boots. You should also wear long pants, gloves, and if the weather is hot and sunny, a hat and sunglasses.
  • Wear sunscreen if the weather permits!
  • Do not force yourself when climbing if you are getting tired. Just stop for a minute.
  • Always climb with somebody, so if someone gets hurt, the other person can go fetch help.
  • Bring a water bottle too!


  • Do not climb very fast! You could fall and injure yourself.
  • When looking at the view, do not lean forward too much. You can fall. It is okay if you lean forward just a little bit.
  • Never climb alone.

Things You Will Need

  • A Large Rock
  • Protective Clothing
  • Sunscreen
  • A Climbing Buddy
  • Water Bottle
  • Common Sense

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