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Are hexes still worth it to buy these days as redundancies for large cams if your on a budget? I'm looking to scoop up some BD C4's used/new to add to my meager rack of nuts and small/medium tricams but at the same time I'd like to get some gear to use for placements and anchors where using a cam would be a waste.
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so out/ im going to be camping with a buddy of mine for about 2-3 months innawoods how much money would it take to buy supplies? > we have access to fresh drinking water/ showers > access to stove/oven/microwave > we can get electricity for lights/etc etc > we will be living in tents > there is a lake so we will be doing some fishing I am some what new to long periods of going innawoods, im just curious to how much it'll cost us for buying our own food and camp supplies like tents, firewood and other things we will need. also general camping thread?
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Thinking of hiking the Georgia section of the Appalachian Trail this December. Floridian who has never seen snow or hiked up a hill that wasn't a parking garage... or hiked at all. Can I do it?

bug out bag

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Bag thread?
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moar like this
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The nearby smokejumper base is hiring firefighters for the 2015 season, what are my chances of getting hired and passing rookie training? Anyone in here have smokejumper experience? Seems like it would be a pretty kickass job.
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http://gizmodo.com/5909950/how-to-sharpen-a-knife-like-a-bad-ass-boy-scout Is this legit? Couldn't learn anything from the comments Also knife sharpening thread I guess
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good afternoon sc/out/s of New York, I'm fairly new to the North Country, just got stationed out here in Drum in the late winter(spring) didnt do a damn thing this summer besides get shitfaced at rathole bars. I dont like that, so im planning a trip to the high peaks area as soon as all this nasty weather clears up. the issue is I dont have a good trail map and I dont want to wait for my map to get shipped in so I was hoping one of you wonderful folks could tell me if there was a trail connecting Mt. Marcy and Algonquin peak. also any tips for summiting the two. I plan on starting at the Adirondack Loj, hiking up Marcy then Algonquin and ending the trip full circle at the Loj for a nice rest in a warm bed. I'm going with a nice leisurely pace and taking lots of pictures because this is probably going to be the only time I spend up North. the whole thing will probably take two three days and a fourth night at the Loj. TL;DR is there a path between Mount Marcy and Algonquin Peak? Tips for the two? and General High Peaks Area
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I haven't seen a thread on this, so I was wondering: What kind of food do you guys do when backpacking/camping? Do you carry dehydrated food, or do you have a cooler full of hot dogs and burgers? I'm interested in what everyone does, for all their meals. Trying to get an idea of what to do for my first camping trip. Nothing special, just driving my car to a local forest campground and pitching a tent.
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Hey /out/ for my college graduation in spring I was thinking on celebrating with a multi day hike and was considering the presidential traverse. I've done mt washington, mt adams, and mt katahdin before. Is this a wise decision? Anyone here done it before? Tips, tricks and suggestions would be appreciated. Pic related
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>Visiting the fam for Thanksgiving >Two brothers want me to take them camping >I've been camping 4 times but I hike a lot >wondering how to equip them for a trip without breaking the bank They're going to be using their school backpacks and I will be lending them my winter gear. I just really have no idea on what to do with the tent/ sleeping bag situation. We're going to be looking at 15-40 degree temps. Were going to be camping in Southern Indiana.
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i have decided to dedicate my life to becoming out, i want to buy land, preferably in texas or near texas, i want to have a place with a source of water and wildlife to support me and my family, can anyone find me such land under 20,000 dollars? ive been looking everywhere, all i find is 40 acre lots in the desert for 8,000 or so, which is nice but i need a source of water, me and my wife will work part time so we have enough money for bills,water,food,gas but i plan on paying in full with cash for the land. so long story short help me find cheap land away from the world where i can live and die in peace.
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http://gearjunkie.com/vssl-outdoor-utility-tool Anybody seen these / have an opinion on this? Flashlight stuffed with survival gear that you can customize with a couple different varients. Shelter / first aid / General survival stuff / zombie (which is a novelty really unless you need to conceal a weapon in a bad neighborhood or something) Imo they seem kind of big to be practical but its still better then the hollow handled knives

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I got this at a garage sale. Did I do good? Also, general backpack thread.

What does /out/ do for a living?

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Hey /out/. Was wondering what kind of jobs you guys are doing to keep away from desks and fluorescent tombs. I'm a uni drop out with nothing but a high school education to back me up and I want to try and find some blue collar work in the outdoors or at the least, of a physical nature. So what are you all into?

College isnt giving me the life i want to live

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Hey /Out/ So ive been coming here on and off for the last few years now, mostly to live vicariously through most of your adventures. Anyways im a junior in college and ive been hating every minute of it, i dont think im cut out for the educational system and i want to drop out and do something that reaffirms my life. Ive been a climber for about 8 years now and im pretty competent at it (boulder v12 and sport/trad climb 5.14a) and nothing sounds better to me than pursuing and AMGA guide certification and being a guide for the rest of my life. Anyone on here have an AMGA cert that can tell me how it is and how much they enjoy it? also general adventure thread
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hey /out/, my buddy invited me on a camping trip where it will be around 40-45° F by nighttime, and we plan to be drinking well into the night (2-3am). are thermal pants recommended for this weather? or only for below freezing (under 30°F) temperatures? i ask because i will be outside the whole time.
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Imagine for a moment I have a clean plastic barrel. The lid has been taken off and placed outdoors in a non-sheltered area. It rains very often here. Within a few days, it should fill to the brim with water. Ipso facto this will earn me a constant supply of drinkable water. Where have I gone wrong? Where is the misstep of logic?

Stuff they don't want you to know

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While the Swiss Army Knife has been popular for years, the Swiss Navy Knife has remained largely unheard of. Its single blade functions as a tiny canoe paddle.
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Does anyone have experience with crown land in British Columbia, Canada? All the other provinces have well marked general use areas but I'm getting conflicting information about BC. Looking for a place to camp if I want to go in the winter, too cold east of the Rockies. Obviously don't want to go to a designated camping area because I don't like swimming in child piss by day and listening to teenagers get smashed by night.
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