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Questions about elephants
Questions about bobcats
Questions about sharks
Questions about turkeys
Questions about game trails (trails created by animals)
Questions related to the Kingdom of Thailand
Footwear for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, bodyboarding, etc. Does not apply to surfboard fins.
climbing at height without a rope or any protection. Ask questions using this tag that relate to climbing at height without ropes.
a Scottish peak over 3000 feet in height. Munros are named after Sir Hugh Munro, 4th Baronet (1856–1919)
Tag relating to old, outdated, or worn equipment- its uses and disposal
Questions about identifying mountains. Please include pictures and use a descriptive title.
Questions that deal with "urban exploration", i.e. visiting and exploring areas that have been created by humans but are abandoned and left on their own now.
A mountain region between Black and Caspian Seas.
Question about making your whole body or particular body parts more resistant to outside influences.
Questions about repairing skiis
a pair of strings used to fasten and tighten shoes or boots to feet, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoelaces
have been closed
Questions specific to the Ohio River
Questions specific to the Youhiogheny River
Questions referring to the process of putting up a tent.
winter mountaineering boots. They typically have a stiffer sole than normal walking/trekking boots, are more insulated for use in snow/winter and are designed to take a crampon
Questions about time of year before and after the busiest time
the preserved remains of fauna, flora or other organisms, as well as tree sap (amber) or footprints.
The act of looking for fossils. Questions on this topic should apply to the outdoor pursuit of fossils or the identifying of fossils found in the outdoors.
A v-thread (sometimes called an Abalakov thread) is a technique used in ice climbing to produce a disposable anchor when abseiling off an ice flow (as opposed to leaving some protection, such as an ic…
not native to an area. Invasive species can be introduced to an environment either artificially or naturally, and can disrupt ecosystems that cannot sustain them naturally. …