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reviewed Reviewed Is it safe to drink out of a rusty thermos?
Jan
24
reviewed Reopen How can I survive multiple days in cold environment?
Jan
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reviewed Approve sport-climbing tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve sport-climbing tag wiki
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Is there a technique to snow-shoeing besides “walk on the snow”?
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reviewed Reviewed Preventing hand blisters while paddling
Jan
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reviewed Reject cleaning tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Leave Open Beginner or intermediate skis for a first pair to buy?
Jan
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revised If the Dawn Wall's been climbed before why is the current attempt so difficult?
Fix typo and add image description
Jan
14
comment How to stay hydrated with minimum water usage
Epic story ! :)
Jan
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revised 1000 names for snow
Removed text that makes it sound like a contest instead of a question
Jan
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revised 1000 names for snow
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reviewed Reviewed Acclimatization strategies
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reviewed Leave Open Can anybody recommend a good mid-week winter mountaineering course or a good mountain guide in the Lake District, UK?
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reviewed Reviewed 1000 names for snow
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reviewed Reviewed Can anybody recommend a good mid-week winter mountaineering course or a good mountain guide in the Lake District, UK?
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revised How durable is cuben fiber in real, practical use?
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comment How durable is cuben fiber in real, practical use?
The 2000 miles is based on how long the Appalachian Trail is; the distance is a good reference point as many people thru-hiked the AT with cuben fiber equipment. Cuben fiber is typically less than half the weight of sil-nylon. After a thru-hike of simple (or not) hiking the material will be in a bad shape. Especially backpacks, stuff sacks and maybe not so much tent & tarps. Of course, ymmv.