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reviewed Reviewed Any tips to reduce chance that I have to get up and pee in the night (not counting dehydration, of course)
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revised What are some simple tasks to teach knife safety?
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comment What are the basic considerations for hammock camping?
Could you add some more information about your situation? Where in the world are you, what's the climate, how hostile is nature there (midges, bears or stuff like that)? As it stands, your question looks really, really broad and prone to be closed.
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comment Trekking in the Alps with a toddler - should we stay in refuges or backpack?
@Wills If I interpret it correctly, it is an agreement between different alpine clubs give the members of a foreign club the same conditions as their own ones. E.g. if the German Alpine Club (DAV) has such an agreement with the Swiss Alpine Club (SAC), then a DAV member pays the same reduced fee as a SAC member for a stay at a hut run by the SAC and vice versa.
Jun
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comment Trekking in the Alps with a toddler - should we stay in refuges or backpack?
I'm not sure if planning to dispose your diapers at the huts is such a good idea. It depends a bit on how high up the mountain the huts are you're heading for, but supplying alpine huts can be anything from driving up all the food and down all the waste by off-road vehicles up to flying everything by helicopter. Either way, their waste management is typically rather limited and visitors are expected to not leave the waste they bring but carry it out themselves. So you might be frowned upon if you handle over the guys there some smelly used diapers for disposal.
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reviewed No Action Needed Little or lesser-known multi-day hike routes