Body weight exercises to improve climbing and endurance?

slowmick

Eats Squid
Agreee is @ozzybmx. Did the Overland track in the first week of February - spanner water everywhere. Friends did it on boxing day and got thigh deep snow in places.

We used to camp at the Cathedral Ranges once Spring arrived. Jumping in the river cleared up your hangover pretty quickly.
 

ozzybmx

Beta brasses baby
Agreee is @ozzybmx. Did the Overland track in the first week of February - spanner water everywhere. Friends did it on boxing day and got thigh deep snow in places.
Beginning of Jan 2017, 28° in Hobart, drove across the Central Highlands to Cradle, it had 2" snow at the lakes. Got to Cradle and built a snowman at Marions lookout.
Tassie is different world.
 

mooboyj

Likes Dirt
I've walked the Overland 4 times, once in 5 days, once in 6, once in 7 and once over 10 days (with a lot of photography).

The 5 day walk was the only one done in summer (all others in the middle of winter), and it snowed and rained 4 of the 5 days. The other day was well over 30 degrees:oops:. I'll never walk it in anything other than winter again, it is much easier carrying gear for cold weather only.
 
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