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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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first visible on the horizon
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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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Independent country in Caucasus, population about 5 mln, with a distinct language.
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Questions referring to use of firearms.
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The act of looking for fossils. Questions on this topic should apply to the outdoor pursuit of fossils or the identifying of fossils found in the outdoors.
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the preserved remains of fauna, flora or other organisms, as well as tree sap (amber) or footprints.
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climbing at height without a rope or any protection. Ask questions using this tag that relate to climbing at height without ropes.
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winter mountaineering boots. They typically have a stiffer sole than normal walking/trekking boots, are more insulated for use in snow/winter and are designed to take a crampon
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about the coast or coastline, the part of the land adjoining or near the sea.
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A mountain region between Black and Caspian Seas.
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Altitude literally means height.
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a Scottish peak over 3000 feet in height. Munros are named after Sir Hugh Munro, 4th Baronet (1856–1919)