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Questions concerning the rights of individuals or groups to access area's of the outdoors. i.e. questions on the "right to roam" or accessing river banks for water activities, etc.
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Questions which may reference high mountains, alpine habitats, the Alps, skiing terms or fauna and flora.
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Usually a Lightweight-nylon made-stuff sack used to keep things, specifically food items and anything that can have a strong odor and can attract a bear. Any foods or even water bottles that have cont…
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used to attract fish and entice them to take the hook when fishing should have this tag.
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Questions about how to behave during outdoor activities in order to preserve the environment and to protect animal or plant species.
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Category for outdoor communication gear.
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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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should be used with qusetions related to lightning and it's potential threats, safety, etc.
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the northeastern corner of the United States. New-England consist of the six states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
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Questions referring to the different etiquettes of going to the toilet in the outdoors.
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Questions referencing or requesting standards for safety in a given field, such as diving, rock climbing, kayaking etc.
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for the questions that are about techniques for managing the rope at crucial positions, for example at the top of a climb.
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Questions only specific about the region that comes under Spain, and question related to Laws and Legalities, weather, seasons, etc (relating to any outdoor activity) shall be tagged under this tag.
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Questions relating to any thing related to snorkeling and skin diving. Examples include, but are not limited to; snorkeling gear, skin diving gear, snorkeling sites, etc.
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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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Finding points in terrain, with help of special maps, in form of competition or training.
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