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Roped up climbing with the aim of climbing as difficult as possible. Mostly done at single-pitch routes on natural rock or in climbing gyms. Different style of climbing than bouldering, alpine climbin…
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sports and leisure activities for which water is a major part, usually played on the water itself.
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Questions about preventing, treating, and coping with blisters.
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Questions including reference to domestic dogs, this may also refer to working dogs or hounds.
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Legless, long bodied, carnivorous reptiles. Use this tag for questions regarding the encountering (positive or negative) of snakes in the outdoors
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Small flies. The females need to drink blood to breed. Responsible for the spread of many blood born diseases. Ask questions with this tag for anything relating to these insects.
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Questions relating to any thing related to scuba diving. Examples include, but are not limited to; diving gear, diving physics, diving injuries, dive sites, diver training, recreational diving, techn…
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battery-operated devices that are carried and used in order to transmit a personalized emergency and/or distress signal.
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a 2,179 miles long distance hiking trail that spans between Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine (USA).
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one of the great mountain range systems of Europe stretching across eight Alpine countries from Austria and Slovenia in the east, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany, France to the west a…
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often graded. The grade is an indication of how difficult or easier the climb is. Grades are often subjective and open to interpretation.
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a navigational instrument utilising a magnetized needle giving a frame of reference based on North, South, East and West, as well as their intermediate directions such as SE, NW etc. Thi…
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lost more rapidly than the body can generate.
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a mountain range in Asia. They cross through the following countries: Bhutan, India, Nepal, China, and Pakistan, and include Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world.
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Geographical Region: New-Zealand, Country.
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