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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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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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Questions with reference of best practises on storing items. This could be gear or food related.
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an enclosed space in which fuel is burned to provide heating to the items placed on it.
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first visible on the horizon
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Questions relating to staying alive in the wilderness and learning survival techniques. Please **do not** use this tag for questions about general survival that are not related to the outdoors. Sur…
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a measurement for hot an cold.
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Questions about the use, selection, and care of portable shelters consisting of poles for support and some form of fabric to protect from the elements.
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hiking a long-distance trail end-to-end as a single continuous hike. It is generally associated with trails such as the Appalachian Trail, the Pacific Crest Trail, the Long Trail, etc..…
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Questions referring to the different etiquettes of going to the toilet in the outdoors.
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when a rock climbing rope is mounted in such a way that the climber is always protected from above. this is typically peoples first experience in rock climbing. Top-ropes can be mounted …
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Traditional climbing, as opposed to sport climbing or bouldering, etc.
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a path marked with blazes, to facilitate walking without precise maps and show the most interesting places.
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Questions referencing the learning or expanding of a skill under the tutelage of a peer, through a course, or through various learning materials eg, books, the internet etc.