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Jan
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comment How to reduce the annoying sound of falling raindrops on a tent?
@TimothyStrimple So an even better solution would be to use two or even more tarps?
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awarded  Commentator
Jan
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comment Where in Europe is wild camping permitted?
that doesn't really covers with my experience. do you have any references?
Jan
24
asked What should I look for if I want to buy a winter-proofed tent?
Jan
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comment How can I be absolutely sure my fire is safely extinguished?
What about a smoke/fire detector?
Jan
24
asked Can/Should I cook in my tent?
Jan
24
comment Where in Europe is wild camping permitted?
That looks great but unfortunately it covers only 6 countries out of approximately 45.
Jan
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comment How to reduce the annoying sound of falling raindrops on a tent?
@whatsisname it's the most annoying thing, expect maybe drunk neighbors or close airports.
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awarded  Student
Jan
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asked How to reduce the annoying sound of falling raindrops on a tent?
Jan
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comment How can you navigate / determine your location in thick fog?
A good thing would be to find a high location above the fog.
Jan
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asked Where in Europe is wild camping permitted?
Jan
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comment How can I acclimatize to cold?
I'm also not sure, but I think for 0 degree not a lot of effort is necessary, but for -20 degree a little bit more effort would be necessary probably.
Jan
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comment How can I acclimatize to cold?
What degree ranges are you talking about?
Jan
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Should I get trekking poles for snowshoeing, or stick with ski poles?
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awarded  Precognitive
Jan
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comment What can I do to prevent altitude sickness?
Yes I think it is useful if you want to climb a high mountain very fast and just want to suppress the symptoms. But is definitively not recommend to use it (proactively).
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answered Should I get trekking poles for snowshoeing, or stick with ski poles?
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awarded  Teacher
Jan
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comment Where in the Alps is it safe to drink the water without filtering?
Ah I see, so I have to rephrase it. You can drink water from every source, well or faucet, if a sign does not prohibit it.