Most clients come in convinced they can handle it, but then decide they don't like heights. Or hiking. Or nasty weather—heavy snowfall, hammering rain. Maybe they don't like running into grizzly bears. People idealize the backcountry, but once you're out there, it's rough, and you must deliver yourself to it. I've seen a client drop a sheep, only to watch it tumble down a 1,500-foot grade, then look at me like, I don't have to go down there, do I? Of course you do.