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Climbing General

No.1668937 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Climbing General #9

A place to talk about climbing in any aspect (trad, sport, bouldering, aid, alpine, etc).

Rock Climbing is a dangerous sport that can cause loss of life, limb, eyesight, or sanity.

Useful Info:
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Off-belay thread: >>1636281

I'm not off-route, I'm doing a first ascent.
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No.1679223 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>paying more than $50 for a roll mat
Can't believe people actually fall for this. The only excuse is if you're over 40.
Pic related costs $10, weighs next to nothing, dries in minutes and your sleep is just as good
What other products are just rip-offs?
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Apropriate gear for overnight camping in snow.

No.1681258 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Hey y'all, I'm gonna be heading out next weekend to hike and camp overnight in the woods of NH. Thing is, I have to pack light as hell, as I'll be carrying my gear the whole time, and Ill need my hands free.
I put together a basic bag of things I imagine I would desperately need. But I have two main issues:

> 1. I don't have enough space for a tent or a good sleeping bag, which means I have to downgrade to a thick felt blanket, but still have no solution for my tent.
> 2. This is my first time camping in the winter, and my first time camping with only the things I can carry on my back. So I'm positive I'm missing something important.

The items I have so far are:
> a cooking set contained within one pot
> a water bottle
> a hatchet, saw, and knife
> A thick felt blanket and towel
> an extra sweater if I me or a buddy needs more layers
> an assortment of small things like a flashlight, lighter, multi tool, and fire starters.
> and spare gloves and socks, plus a hat/ski mask.

I'm leaving out food for now but I have plenty of space for at least a day or two of food, which is all I need.
And I will be wearing cold winter appropriate clothing.

My main question for you all is, how do I solve my tent problem, and what am I missing besides food and a tent?

Also, general winter /out/ thread/.
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Lapland trip complete - AMA

No.1678783 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Hey folks, just completed a ~2 week trip to Finnish Lapland at just south of 70 degrees north. Sharing my experience and photos, happy to answer questions.
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/shred/ - Ski & Snowboard General

No.1678313 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
/shred/ - Ski & Snowboard General

Last thread: >>1661866

>age
>gender
>ski or snowboard?
>where?
>skill level
>what the fuck are you doing now?
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Well, Out?

No.1683388 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Can’t believe they survived!! What do you guys think of the technique?
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XLpsH-QGkwE

No.1660359 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
>2020
>not making $400 a day planting trees in Northern Canada
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tent

No.1683061 ViewReplyOriginalReport
not really sure where to post this ive looked in the catalog.

any of you ever used one of these? im looking for something really lightweight for basically doing a vagrant holiday.

also anywhere cheaper?
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/out/ Jobs Thread

No.1678457 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Gather round the fire, /out/ists. Tell us about your /out/ job and ask questions about /out/ jobs, education, training etc.

Forester/logger reporting in. Hard work but can't beat being innawoods on the daily. Shit pay but wouldn't change it for the world. What do you do for work, anons?
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/out/ needs fleg

No.1681917 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Any ideas? I was thinking of something centered around a bear(s)
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