Anyone ever done a crossing of the alps? I plan on going later this summer. I think about either going the L1 (green),Munich-Lake Garda (black) or the Traumpfad (blue). I also need a new tent for it, any recommondations for a small/lightweight one, thats easy to hide?
>>813876 THANK YOU ANON Finally a real /out/ thread.
I haven't done any of these so can't help you. How high do these routs get? How high do you expect to sleep? By later this summer do you mean August or September? also how long do you think this kind of hike would take?
Mine was Alone in the wild i believe it was called, this scottish guy goes to alaska to survive as long as possible. He didn't meet his goal but it was really interesting how it was so mentally hard for him. pic related.
I bought a piece of shit 2600mAh from walmart for $5. Wouldnt charge my phone past 30%. I use my phone for taking pictures/videos, gps, etc. Since I do a lot of long distance hikes I would prefer something small and light that can charge a galaxy s6 2 or 3 times. I have never tried portable solar panels. If you have experience with those any information would be appreciated.
i use the powermonkey extreme, few sunny days around my parts so i mostly use the powerbank and rarely get to use the solarpanel but it is functional and surprisingly good.
>I would prefer something small and light that can charge a galaxy s6 2 or 3 times. i think my powermonkey can charge my samsung s5 about 3 times maybe? but thats with using it while charging a bit i guess, but its by no means small or light weight so i guess it depends on what you mean by small or light weight
Hey /out/, I'm going to be going to Denali National Park with my family next week. I've never been there before and I want to check out some of the cool stuff there that any of you /out/doorsmen might reccomend. Unfortunately, I'm going with my 15 year old sister who can't really handle the outdoors so I can't be making any hikes longer than 3 or 4 hours. Either way, I just wanted to see if there is anything you guys recommend up there.
I hate to start another thread about gear but my questions never get answered.
Im looking to buy a new winter jacket. The only ones I have are for construction and just walking around town.
I remember when I was a kid everyone just wore snowboarding jackets because that was the thing. But I've been reading up and doing some research and I'm definitely ready to buy one while the prices are right. I've found a few that I like but they look so thin and incapable of keeping me warm but all the reviews say otherwise.
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Winter jackets suck balls so much unless you are in really, really cold conditions and not doing any strenuous activity.
That being said, I have 3 heavy winter jackets. 2 snowboard-type jackets that are nice because they are warm but not overly restrictive and a hoodie under them will hold up to the coldest I encounter. And then a Columbia jacket (which /out/ hates) that has a fleece liner with a waterproof shell deal. The Columbia jacket just gets too warm once you start moving even... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
find something with a removable liner / hood / fur collar; good brands include canada goose and barbour makes it a lot more versatile if you aren't willing to put up the money for a jacket like that, a cheap but fantastic winter jacket is woolrich's blanket lined (translation: heavy) mountain parka and they are on sale right now
>>822526 Texas rigs on the bottom have been pretty much the main thing doin it for me in the summer with warm water. They love shit with long legs like soft plastic lizards or crawdads. Different colors work for different conditions but these darker black and blue colors are great for somewhat murky water or running thru weeds and grass.
Once we get into fall, I'll run a lot more spinners and crankbaits.
Any California /out/ist's in here? Let's share some backpacking/hiking trails in the San Gabriel mountains/ Angeles forest area that are not too crowded or easy to get to. I have Been hiking these mountains for a while now but for the most part I stick to the already stablished trails which always seem to be busy. I'm bumping with some pics I've taken from recent trips.
Does anyone know of cool stories of mysterious things in oregon. There seems to be a lot. >mystery hole Which we all know to be a hoaxy tourist thing >D.B. Cooper His money still turns up >gold hill vortex Pic related
But some lesser know but still interesting things. Like the sumpter valley ghost train. Apparently a steam train engine derailed back in the gold mining days. Story says it was never found. Would be fun to go look. The sumpter vally also has some... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
A few friends and I are planning a camping trip in 2 weekends. We want to go somewhere remote, mountainous, sparsely populated and a clear night sky. Not really looking to rent a camp site, would much rather prefer hiking into the forest and setting up a tent. We're willing to drive anywhere within about 3 hours from Harrisburg. Any ideas?
Set some crawfish traps in a local pond. Only like 1/4 acre and 2' deep max but spring fed and FULL of mud bugs. Baited with 3 frozen trout heads each and come back next morning to find pic related. Big 6" holes in the netting AND holes in the bait pouches. The fish heads were nowhere to be found. Zero crawfish in the traps. What could it have been? I'm thinking muskrat or snapping turtle, have seen both in this pond. It couldn't be the crawfish doing this...could it?
Hi /out/. I normally don't come over here often, but I need to ask a question. I'm going to Banff in a few weeks with some friends to go hiking. Has anyone been hiking up there? Know any good trails? I'll post pics once I get back. Also, I'm worried about bears. Does bear mace work? Thanks!
Grotto Creek Canyon and Heart Mountain trail are just across the highway from each other, east of Canmore so outside the park, but they're both easy, beautiful hikes. Around 4k and they both lead to really scenic water falls.
Hey /out/, I'm gonna be studying abroad in the Central American rainforest this fall, and I'm looking for a rain jacket that'll keep me dry! Trying to shoot for something around $100. Any recommendations?
>>819254 US Farm Income and Taxes, http://www.hobbyfarms.com/farm-marketing-and-management/farm-income-taxes-14991.aspx
US Grants and Loans for Small Farms, http://www.usda.gov/wps/portal/usda/usdahome?navid=GRANTS_LOANS http://afsic.nal.usda.gov/farms-and-community/grants-and-loans-farmers http://www.nal.usda.gov/afsic/pubs/funding.shtml
Managing Risks on Your Small Farm, http://agr.wa.gov/Marketing/SmallFarm/managerisk.aspx
Chicken info and forum, http://www.backyardchickens.com
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Hey guys, reporting in with my rocket. I have sown waaayy too many seeds, this being my first time ever dealing with anything other than bonsais. How big do these need to be until I can transplant them into my garden? And how would I go about it? Are there any special tricks or things I need to be aware of?
>>819126 My dad taught me at a young age that the best thing about being innawoods is you can piss wherever you want.
Then my friend got shipped off to some wilderness camp in Oregon one summer, and when he came back he would take shits in any bush he could find. I'm talking the nearest bush in an urban area. I think he took it too far.
Red pill me on goats /out/ My family kept one or two when I was young, and I remember them being a huge pain in the ass as far as keeping them out of flowers and other plants. We are looking to keep a few for milk and meet. Any advice is appreciated. Husbandry, different breeds, how to make goat cheese, tricks for keeping them penned in, anything. I know they are Satan incarnate
>>818479 The males stink of musk and can be belligerent. Keep the females in line and the males will follow. They will try to eat everything, but everything isn't good for them. They need more than grass to eat, they prefer everything else, grass is their last resort food. They are amazing escape artists, fence well. They can climb just about anything including a fence or your car/truck/house/barn/trees. They are super curious about anything and everything. They love attention. They will playfully... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>go /out/ camping with a new friend (32yo) >he says he fucking loves camping >12-mile hike to the campsite >he complains the entire time about insects even though nothing ever lands on me >he eats all the M&Ms out of the trail mix he bought and never touches it again >he constantly plays some kid's game on his phone running around the woods getting "lost" two times and panicking Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>818028 My worst companion was Opie, he just spent all his time making up unbelievable bullshit stories about imaginary incompetent companions and posting it on some Thai pegging forum like anyone cared.
>>816994 demanding much? who the fuck made you king of the internet, faggot? how about you contribute something relevent and helpful first, before expect everyone else to fucking spoonfeed you like the spoiled brat you so clearly are? your patents failed you, themselves, and all of humanity by raising such an entitled piece of shit, and i can only hope you die before continuing your lineage of presumptious assholes.
>>817004 me? i'm fantastic. it's the kumbaya faggots that are going to come to jackoff op's defense because they were raised to believe that every thread deserves a participation trophy, no matter how asinine it is, who aren't okay.
>>816680 /out/ is too full of poorfags for a proper UL discussion. In fact I am surprised they haven't hit this thread full force, claiming a walmart tarp does everything your cuben fiber pyramid does at 1% the price and you are just a shill/richfag/buyfag just throwing away your money on stupid marketing gimmicks.
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