A large number of nature and mountain lovers have a suitable diary or cardboard for stamping mountain stamps at checkpoints, as the tour is confirmed by the prints of stamps placed at checkpoints. Mountaineering stamps are usually printed in the mountaineer’s diary or transversal card.
Checkpoints are specific mountaineering destinations that a visitor should visit and stamp their visit, or if the destination does not have a stamp ink pad and has not brought its own ink , can use a photograph in front of recognizable checkpoint features as evidence.
On the mountaineering destinations, which are usually the checkpoints of some hiking trails, there are boxes with a registration book and rubber mountaineering stamps. In some places there are also built-in metal stamps. They are often found in boxes stamps with paint for stamp , but as the pads dry quickly, it is best to bring your own ink pad. Pad is best soaked with ink for metal stamps because it is longer lasting than regular rubber stamp ink.