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Dec
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comment Should I be more careful about postholing during winter hikes?
Injury is also a big concern. Not be able to finish the hike in a timely manner can be a serious issue specialy if injured
Dec
20
comment Should I be more careful about postholing during winter hikes?
It will definitely slow you down and this is not a minor issue. To quantify, a person can expect advancing at 5km/h when hiking. This speed will drop at 2.5km/h when snowshoeing. Without snowshoes, this speed is probably much less.
Dec
19
accepted Trail maintenance: what is considered inappropriate when maintaining a trail?
Dec
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accepted Moose: How to decrease the risk of being injured?
Dec
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accepted Snowshoes for hilly terrain
Dec
14
revised How efficient is the Altai skis “the Hok”?
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revised Moose: How to decrease the risk of being injured?
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revised Snowshoes for hilly terrain
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Dec
14
comment Snowshoes for hilly terrain
@furtive : Your comment was the answer I was expecting. Could you write it as an Answer and I will accept it.
Dec
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asked Moose: How to decrease the risk of being injured?
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Dec
13
comment Is it safe to drink out of rusty thermos?
I found this cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/24786/…
Dec
13
accepted Are there significant behaviour differences among bear species to adopt different safety rules?
Dec
13
answered What can I do to keep my hands warm while using touchscreens in the winter?
Dec
13
comment What can I do to keep my hands warm while using touchscreens in the winter?
@Brad Patton: what cold temperatures are you talking about ?
Dec
12
asked Trail maintenance: what is considered inappropriate when maintaining a trail?
Dec
12
comment Are there any exceptions to the layer principle?
+ 1 : I also like the concept of layering when I am not too sure about the condition. One layer can be easily removed if too warm.