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I like hiking and treks- I've done "rifugio" (mountain hut) treks in Spain, Italy, Austria, Chile and Nepal. I've backpacked with tents in Egypt, Jordan, Israel, India and the U.S.

Lately I've gotten into bouldering.


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revised Features to look for when buying a stove (for car camping)
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Sep
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suggested approved edit on Features to look for when buying a stove (for car camping)
Aug
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revised Is there simple guidance on sunburn risk associated with altitude?
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Aug
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accepted Why go without socks with climbing shoes?
Aug
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asked Why go without socks with climbing shoes?
Aug
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revised When do I need a permit to go into nature?
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awarded  Commentator
Jul
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comment When buying a backpack, what should I pay attention to?
This article describes the process of picking a day/overnight pack in great, great detail. He goes a little overboard in mentioning the one pack he chose to recommend, but the article is full of useful tips.
Jul
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revised Probability of Being Struck by Lightning
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Jul
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revised preparation wiki excerpt
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Jul
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suggested approved edit on preparation tag wiki excerpt
Jul
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wiki created preparation excerpt
Jul
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revised How much vertical distance is it possible to make in a day?
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Jul
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awarded  Scholar
Jul
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accepted How harmful is the rising/setting sun?
Jul
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comment Is it possible to sunburn through clothing?
There's a good explanation of this phenomenon in this answer.
Jul
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revised Is it possible to sunburn through clothing?
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Jul
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revised A list of suitable foods for a long hike
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Jul
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comment How harmful is the rising/setting sun?
Your answer cheers me up! But does the atmosphere dilute all the harmful radiation? Conceivably, the atmosphere could cause a general dilution of radiation while still allowing a relatively high proportion of "harmful" rays to pass. (For example, diluting 90% of UVB rays while only 10% of (possibly more carcinogenic) UVA rays)
Jul
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comment How much vertical distance is it possible to make in a day?
There's something called "Naismith's Rule" which says that if your walking speed is 4km/h, you should add a bit over an hour and a half for every 1000m you climb and about three quarters of a hour for every 500 meters you descend. You can use the calculator in the link to make your plans. But you have to know about how fast you normally walk.