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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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a specialist piece of mountaineering equipment used in winter conditions. It is roughly axe shaped but can come in many forms from long handled walking axes to specialist ice climbing ax…
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lost more rapidly than the body can generate.
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the study of birds. This can encompass bird watching and more scientific pursuits, such as tagging,etc. Use this tag to tag questions regarding the spotting, identification of birds as …
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Category for outdoor communication gear.
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the process of obtaining food(s) from the countryside. This often takes the forms of collecting plants, fruits of mushrooms. Use this tag for any questions relating to obtaining wild food …
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Questions which may reference high mountains, alpine habitats, the Alps, skiing terms or fauna and flora.
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Appropriate for all questions strongly related to book knowledge like specific recommendations.
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Questions on carabiners of either serious type (mountain climbing, canyoning etc.) or less serious type (backpack extensions etc.)
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Questions referring to beaches.
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Questions relating to specific or unusual behaviour shown in animals.
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the modality of fishing that uses a fly, a fly line, a fly rod, and a fly reel. Questions referring to fishing with fly tackle should have this tag.
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Geographical Region: New-Zealand, Country.
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a friction knot used to grip a section of rope. It is typically used for ascending ropes or providing a backup lock to a belay device.
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a brand of flashspun high-density polyethylene fibers, a synthetic material; the name is a registered trademark of [DuPont](http://www.dupont.co.uk/). The material is very strong; it is diffi…
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for questions about outdoor activities done partially or entirely between sunset and sunrise.
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Finding points in terrain, with help of special maps, in form of competition or training.
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