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Passionate about the mountains, mainly the Alps.


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reviewed Looks OK What are areas of the body which lose heat more quickly, and how can I reduce that loss?
Nov
24
comment Slings for anchoring and lanyard in rock climbing
Funny, I was going to open this topic at some time too because I saw this DMM video couple of weeks ago. I found it very informative. Great question and we already have an absolute quality answer. Thx guys!
Nov
22
reviewed Reviewed What equipment do I need as a beginner outdoor rock climber?
Nov
22
comment What equipment do I need as a beginner outdoor rock climber?
That's a good post about mental equipment and an emotional story. Still, not everybody has to climb tough routes so I don't think you have to be in your youth period or be super athletic. There are so many normal people climbing nice plaisir routes, as we call them over here. Just don't climb outdoors out of your comfort zone!
Nov
22
reviewed No Action Needed What is the fastest method to 'break in' full leather boots?
Nov
20
reviewed Close Are bears attracted by Lotions and Perfumes?
Nov
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What precautions should I take to protect myself and my camp from bears?
Nov
19
reviewed Close What is the best mountaineering quote that you have ever read?
Nov
19
answered What is the best mountaineering quote that you have ever read?
Nov
19
reviewed Reviewed Backpacking or hiking in areas open to hunting
Nov
18
reviewed Reviewed How to create campfire which will burn overnight?
Nov
18
revised How to create campfire which will burn overnight?
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Nov
18
reviewed Leave Closed What is the best mountaineering quote that you have ever read?
Nov
18
comment Winter bivvying in the Alps: what is a good temperature rating for a sleeping bag
@Dakatine Yes there is no messaging system on SE network. When I am online (mostly in the evening) you can find me in the chat.
Nov
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
18
revised Winter bivvying in the Alps: what is a good temperature rating for a sleeping bag
added links
Nov
17
comment Winter bivvying in the Alps: what is a good temperature rating for a sleeping bag
@Liam I am not completely on your side (see my answer) but I think it was Steve House who said: "Light and fast means cold and hungry."
Nov
17
answered Winter bivvying in the Alps: what is a good temperature rating for a sleeping bag
Nov
17
reviewed Reviewed Can I light a kerosene lamp with flint & steel or a magnifying glass?
Nov
17
reviewed No Action Needed Can I light a kerosene lamp with flint & steel or a magnifying glass?