The Other Rob wrote:Just have her close her eyes on the shelf roads.. If it still bugs her, have her get out and just stand there for a minute.. The fear tends to subside a bit when you can put your feet on solid ground..
Sorry Guy's for the delayed reaction, been busy, and I have some news which I will post.
Year's ago my friend told me she shattered her knee while skiing, because of being high up and going downhill. While skiing she said she leaned her body back and closed her eyes. She hates heights so getting out on a shelf, she will probably lean back and down the hill she goes.
I was telling her about the old ghost towns I am going to revisit, she replied she would like to visit them with me, 'you will have to get over your fear of heights then.' I just do not know if I want to venture to see if she overcomes this fear. Selfish I know, I just have low tolerance level to screamers and whinners, it can ruin the whole trip. Been there done that.
You know there is a cure? If I were your wife, I would just bury my face in your lap when going over the scarey parts of the trail. Did I just say that? Yeah I did.