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Apr
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comment Any sites/apps for sharing and rating hiking/hillwalking routes?
I was going to close this as a duplicate of a question I asked years ago, but mine got closed as off-topic. Either way, there's Everytrail, Wikiloc, and many others.
Apr
17
comment The re-hydration time for deydrated foods
Ah, I solve that by eating lots of nuts.
Apr
17
comment The re-hydration time for deydrated foods
Cost-effective? When outdoor meals are €1.60/meal, how can one save significant money on such a tiny part of an outdoor trip budget? For the money I spent just on getting to and from the trailhead for my last big hike (Toronto to Canadian Rockies), I can get buy hundreds of outdoor meals.
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Apr
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comment What's the best way to dispose of a body in the backcountry?
@Mark The question did not indicate whether we're talking about a chipmunk, a human, or a moose.
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Apr
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comment What's the best way to dispose of a body in the backcountry?
@djechlin That's one of the reasons why you need to start with carrying everything up to the area where only rocks and ice remain. The other reason is that this means no vegetation is damaged.
Apr
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comment What's the best way to dispose of a body in the backcountry?
@djechlin Let's remove animals and plants from The Great Outdoors then, for violating leave no trace.
Apr
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comment What's the best way to dispose of a body in the backcountry?
I've always understood leave no trace to mean there should be no trace after you finished whatever you're doing. Clearly as long as you exist you are observable in some way.
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answered What's the best way to dispose of a body in the backcountry?
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Feb
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comment Shoulder season backpacking near Whistler (early June)
Sure, I don't expect to be alone so close to Vancouver, I just meant that if there is one trail that is super-spectacular with 90% of the crowd, and another trail that is slightly less spectacular with 10% of the crowd, I tend to go for the latter.
Feb
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asked Shoulder season backpacking near Whistler (early June)
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comment Cycling in Ontario — do I need to worry about permission to access logging roads?
Would you know if there is an easy way to find out access rights before getting there? If a certain 30 km stretch of logging road has unambiguous signs prohibiting entry to all, a detour might be 200 km, which is not optimal if I have a train to catch. I'd need to find out who owns the road.