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Feb
25
comment Trekking poles with many attachments?
In thinking about this, it would seem that it could be better to fit items like camera screws to the other end, keeping the pole point.
Feb
24
reviewed Approve Is there special etiquette for hiking the Appalachian Trail (AT) during AT Season
Feb
22
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Feb
22
reviewed Close How much garlic in the mountain kitchen?
Feb
22
reviewed Leave Open Looking for a boot recommendation
Feb
22
reviewed Leave Open Hiking popularity in North America vs. Europe
Feb
22
reviewed Close How to find a secluded cabin to rent
Feb
21
revised Trekking poles with many attachments?
edited to remove unnecessary terms
Feb
19
revised How to minimize sea sickness?
formatting, removed unnecessary footer
Feb
19
revised Best type of rope for glacier travel?
fixed tag spelling
Feb
15
revised Trekking in the himalayan region
Your link to the news article 404'ed - so I have updated. I hope that is the correct article
Feb
12
comment How to Clean Rock-Climbing Shoes
This is exactly what I do - a scrub withwarm soapy water and a toothbrush, then leave them to dry in the conservatory, full of newspaper, then a spray with Febreze or similar odour neutraliser.
Feb
11
revised Good “real” fridge for car camping
edited tags
Feb
10
comment What is scientific relation between body weight and backpack weight in mountain climbing?
+1 - I have some friends much lighter than me who are much fitter, and can therefore carry greater weight for longer. I have some who are strong, but not fit, so although they can carry heavy packs, they can't travel long distances with them.
Feb
9
reviewed Approve resources tag wiki
Feb
9
reviewed Approve maps tag wiki excerpt
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9
reviewed Approve resources tag wiki excerpt
Feb
9
reviewed Approve maps tag wiki
Feb
8
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Feb
8
reviewed Reopen What areas in the south-western US are the wildest?