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Aug
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awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
17
answered What trees/bushes are best suited for a simple bow?
Aug
17
comment Walking through a Thigh-high snow
Tied in is for glacier travel.
Jul
31
comment What clothing would be suitable for hiking and camping in 0°C?
I agree with this post, what you have is fine but you'll want something for when you aren't moving, like a light/mid down jacket, perhaps with a hood. I use mine from -12 to +12c and it packs down to nothing. It's more satisfying than a chocolate bar when you pull out the down!
Jul
29
awarded  Revival
Jul
29
answered Outdoor activities for shoulder season
Jul
29
answered Are there any unguided via ferrata routes in the Canadian Rockies?
Jul
29
answered MSR Sweetwater dripping
Jul
29
comment How to prepare for and survive wildfire?
ab2 you are right, after further research dowhill is safer, in that fire moves faster uphill. I've changed my answer accordingly.
Jul
29
revised How to prepare for and survive wildfire?
Replaced uphill with downhill
Jul
28
comment Practical uses for commando/Australian rappel?
I'd like to add that the main disadvantage of aussie style rappel is that it is only effective when there is some sort of slope to run down on. For vertical rappel you end up hanging and spinning like a spider.
Jul
28
revised How to prepare for and survive wildfire?
Fixed typo (whether vs weather)
Jul
6
comment Running in bear country
I live in Banff and the joggers here bring bear spray, and if you're jogging anywhere that's not open you're advised to make noise (sing, shout regularly) and not to wear headphones.
Jul
6
comment Running in bear country
Current line of thinking is that bear bells are ineffective, as they aren't loud enough, I've seen research but this is the best link I can find right now: calgaryjournalonline.ca/news/34-news/…
Jun
25
awarded  Good Answer
Mar
9
comment How can I survive multiple days in cold environment?
If you're touring then you've got a shovel, right? Learn how to make a Snow Cave into the side of a mountain. youtube.com/watch?v=XOJQPz1s-1c
Mar
7
comment First ascents by Edward Whymper
How do I know this? I live 44 km from both mountains :-)
Mar
7
answered First ascents by Edward Whymper
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
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comment How to detect a crevasse on a glacier
+1 for suggesting the use of a probe.