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TOPIC: Tree climbing in Honduras

Tree climbing in Honduras 10 years 7 months ago #130751

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Hello

My name is Isabel I learn to climb trees at 8 years old, I started climbing with my dad who works at an Environmental School named Campisa, My first climb was in a Ceiba that was very big,then my dad gets more interested showing kids how to climb trees and he got exited with, and he he start buying more gear, and he climbs trees in the Campisa mountain then he shows his friends how to climb and he always in his birthday make tree climbing and now I am more exited of climbing trees. Now my dad is helping trees he plants trees.

Isabel
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Re:Tree climbing in Honduras 10 years 7 months ago #130752

Bienvenidos Isabel!

Tambien se usan cinturones en los arboles? O esta hablando del \"subiendo libre\" sin cinturon?

Ud. puede compartir unas photos de los arboles de su pais?

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Re:Tree climbing in Honduras 10 years 7 months ago #130788

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Hi,

In Guadalajara, who has to work in trees doesn´t think to do it safely.
In fact, some tree climbers have had accidents for work without equipement.
Actually is too dificult to get proper ropes, harnesees and other things.
In my case I have gotten my kit to climb buying it in stores related in climb mountains.
Anyway, I and my crew have a clear idea to climb trees in a safe and funny way.
I hope learn more.

Ricardo Agapito
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Re:Tree climbing in Honduras 10 years 7 months ago #130789

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Hola Ricardo,
Bienvenido a TCI. Espero que puedas continuar con tu interes en escalar arboles. No se si lo hacen por negocio como arboricultores o por diversion pero de todos modos buena suerte. Nosotros escalamos mas que todo por diversion (fun) y nos gusta tener contactos con otras personas que tienen los mismos intereses. Todos siempre estamos dispuestos a dar ayuda o proveher informacion sobre mejores metodos y tecnicas de escalar.
Algunos de este grupo tienen una escuela en Panama donde ayudan a cientificos a completar estudios de Biologia, Botanica y Zoologia en los Arboles tropicales de esa area.

Por aca en USA hay muchos Centroamericanos que trabajan en mantenimento de Arboles para compañias que hacen ese negocio y es muy productivo y bien remunerado. He conocido a varios de ellos y les gusta mucho sus trabajos pues siempre estan haciendo algo que les gusta en la naturaleza. Espero saber mas de usted con el tiempo y le deseo buena suerte. Tal ves algunos de los compañeros que estan en Centro America (Nicaragua, Salvador, Costa Rica y en Honduras nos puedan invitar a visitar un dia de estos en una expedicion a escalar juntos.B)
Saludos desde Texas. Desi Mora
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