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Questions about tree climbing as the separate outdoor discipline or as the measure for other activities, such as geocaching, orienteering or birdwatching.
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Questions that deal with "urban exploration", i.e. visiting and exploring areas that have been crated by humans but are abandoned and left on their own now.
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Tag relating to old, outdated, or worn equipment- its uses and disposal
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Questions only specific about the region that comes under Russia, 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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Roving can be described in the most casual form as wandering across the countryside shooting with a bow and arrows at targets picked from random at various ranges and attitudes. This type of practice …
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One of the four seasons, following winter and preceding summer. For questions regarding spring water the tag water should be preferred.
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Wolves, ancestors of the dogs. Loved and hated, an encounter in nature is possible.
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a cycling stack exchange site dedicated to this subject (http://bicycles.stackexchange.com/). This tag should only be used for outdoor related question that are not wholly a…
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Questions referring to just beginning to learn a skill or take part in an activity.
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Questions about practicing outdoor activities without shoes.
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Questions relating to the continent of Africa.
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Questions about the material expended in projectile weapons (typically guns).
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safe for human consumption.
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Questions involving fish in outdoor activities. Includes fish as food, as potential danger or as observation object.
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with questions relating to walking, climbing or trekking to or around the base camp of Mount Everest.
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about the coast or coastline, the part of the land adjoining or near the sea.
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a 273-mile hiking trail located in Vermont, running the length of the state. It is the oldest long-distance trail in the United States.