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Questions about improving the access to or enjoyment of the Outdoors for people with disabilities, impairments, limitations or special needs of any kind.
Questions about making primitive tools like cord of stone axes in the outdoors
related to slacklining, which is the activity of balancing on a tautly suspended flat webbing. This can include (but is not restricted to) questions about setting up a slackline, ge…
a friction knot used to grip a section of rope. It is typically used for ascending ropes or providing a backup lock to a belay device.
Questions referencing horses (Equus ferus caballus) or equine specific items.
Questions about issues connected with outdoor activities in low temperatures.
Usually a Lightweight-nylon made-stuff sack used to keep things, specifically food items and anything that can have a strong odor and can attract a bear. Any foods or even water bottles that have cont…
Wolves, ancestors of the dogs. Loved and hated, an encounter in nature is possible.
Questions about snowshoeing, i.e. hiking while wearing snowshoes. For questions focused on the equipment instead of the activity use the tag snowshoes instead.
Questions about multi-pitch climbing
Questions about travelling, especially long distance or by airplane to the Outdoor site
Questions about helmets
Questions concerning the rights of individuals or groups to access area's of the outdoors. i.e. questions on the "right to roam" or accessing river banks for water activities, etc.
a cycling stack exchange site dedicated to this subject (http://bicycles.stackexchange.com/). This tag should only be used for outdoor related question that are not wholly a…
to be used on questions about outdoor activities in, or relevant to, the country of Sweden. This includes all activities and topics within the scope of The Great Outdoors…
a technique used to prevent a person sliding off into danger when walking on snow and ice. the technique is used to prevent a person sliding should they loose their footing. Use this ta…
Questions specific to the country of France.
Questions about 3d archery
to refer to a sport which consists of running and hiking over trails. In the United Kingdom and Ireland it is called mountain or fell running. It differs from road running and track runni…
Questions about things made out of canvas like tents or bags
Questions about acute mountain sickness, which is caused by the lower amounts of oxygen at higher altitudes