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Mar
22
reviewed No Action Needed What is a “stitch-and-glue” kayak?
Mar
21
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
20
reviewed Reviewed What free/open source maps can I put on my Garmin etrex vista HCX for walking in southern spain?
Mar
20
revised What free/open source maps can I put on my Garmin etrex vista HCX for walking in southern spain?
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Mar
20
reviewed Leave Open In rock-climbing, how do I safely belay another climber?
Mar
19
reviewed No Action Needed How to carry water in freezing temperatures?
Mar
19
reviewed Approve Climbing guide for the Yorkshire Dales
Mar
17
reviewed Reviewed How to carry water in freezing temperatures?
Mar
17
comment How to carry water in freezing temperatures?
They are probably aluminum thermoses. Makes sense in that case.
Mar
17
reviewed No Action Needed Minimizing ecological impact of winter-sports in the backcountry
Mar
15
reviewed Reviewed Painful leather hiking boots - persevere or give up?
Mar
15
reviewed No Action Needed Painful leather hiking boots - persevere or give up?
Mar
15
reviewed Reviewed Painful leather hiking boots - persevere or give up?
Mar
15
reviewed No Action Needed Painful leather hiking boots - persevere or give up?
Mar
15
reviewed No Action Needed Canvas vs Nylon Tent for Car Camping
Mar
15
reviewed Leave Open unbreathable single wall tent with gutters
Mar
10
comment Food nutrition for week long hike
Count at least 3 to 5 liter water a day. It's crucial you know where a sources of water are.
Mar
10
reviewed No Action Needed Food nutrition for week long hike
Mar
10
comment Consequences of crossing rails when looking for caches?
Well, power lines are c.a. 5 meters above, so unless you're a giraffe, it's no way a real danger.
Mar
10
comment Consequences of crossing rails when looking for caches?
@Liam only if electrified in form "third rail". Traction is not a danger for tresspasser.