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What are some goof /out/ related movies? I watched pic-related recently and really enjoyed it.
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The cinematography was great but who ever wrote the book/movie/story was smoking crack.
Awful story/writing yet the movie was really good..
That shootout scene...
Little Big Man. Sorely underrated kino.
This movie... me and a buddy ate a bunch of thc cookies and watched this.... "now don't go smoking no townie weed" wtf it was half comedy lol
> cliffhanger
my nigga


Bone Tomahawk

The Road

Cabin Fever

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i need a bigger backpack
help me
How big fren

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No stop time is literally the shittiest term ever invented and PADI can go suck a fucking dick.

Diving general
man just get a dive computer and enjoy non technical dives
haven't had to look at a dive chart or do calculations in ages
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Who else /doublehose/ here?

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Anyone getting into mountaineering? I did some of the Class III and IV 14ers in Colorado and now wanting to do some in winter then Rainier & Denali. Don't have a good team setup for it though.

What mountains/routes you guys planning? AT ski or snowshoe? Any alpine or vertical ice climbers?
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Damn, I had no idea storms could get so violent they would destroy basecamp.
Been in one that ripped up several 4 season tents, and that was only at 4600m.

All my 4 season hiking experience is based in New Hampshire. I am now in Colorado and would like to go out to some 10-14 Ks. What should I know about hiking these heights in the winter? I've heard that you should be hiking down the mountain by noon??
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Jesus, I did the knifes edge last weekend and I can't imagine doing it during the winter. Good luck anon!
Damn, good luck for finally finishing it. Had you gone in 2016 we might have met on the mountain.

How do you compare Kazbek and Elbrus?

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Is a fixed blade other than a mora worth it?
Depends on what you plan to use it for
Also shit thread

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I just moved to Denver, guys. What the fuck do I do now? I was expecting a trendy little city nestled in the mountains, not this sprawling urban slough on the edge of a featureless prairie, with Arby's and Target as far as the eye can see. I drove around Golden last week and all that mesa stuff looks super boring. Then I went to Boulder to hike around the Flatirons, and the trails were literally gridlocked with foot traffic.
Without making a huge road trip out of it, where can I get away into the woods?
Also, I'm from the east coast so I don't know how federal land works. I want to disappear into the national forest with my shotgun for a week, but google shows conflicting information re: what's allowed.
Also anyone want to meet up?
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What culture LMAO
So put on tire chains.
>t. not a winter driver
Snow hit early this year and once the mountains get snow, it doesn't melt until May/June. You can get YakTrax and look into snowshoeing if you want.
Flatirons is literally one of the most crowded hikes. If you're looking for hiking in the winter I'd recommend the state parks around Denver. Roxburough is pretty nice. They have people but depending on the trail aren't too crowded, and unlike the mountains they won't be covered in snow for the next 6 months.
If you can, make your way up to Estes Park and do some hikes in eastern Rocky Mountain National Park. That might be snowy and there will probably be a lot of people but this is elk mating season and you can see big herds

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Next April I'm climbing Mt. Adams NH. I am expecting full winter conditions because the Whites maintain snow into early June. With 4200' of elevation gain, and with snow varying from hard ice, to powder snow, should I just use snowshoes? They have the spikes in them to help with traction. With winds easily exceeding 100 mph should I invest in an ice axe and crampons?
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Admittedly, but you might want to find something a little more impressive to die on.
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The Whites are so much fun in the winter.
Keep the longer time period for the trip but hike faster and finish early if you get good weather. Sitting anywhere in those mountains while not moving isn't exactly fun, let alone for so much time every day.
Not OP but I've recently been interested in attempting some summits in the presidential range. I am a complete novice to mountaineering and would like some advice on how to get into the sport

To anybody who does this sort of shit; what kind of gear do you bring? How do you train to prepare? Where can I find the necessary information to succeed in a mountain environment?
Start by doing some in reasonable conditions like in the summer, then you can progress into the fall which will help with the cold. Good strength just comes from training, and the past experiences you have in that area. Don't go if you have never been to the area or haven't done similar climbs before. You can get good used gear in Vermont at Outdoor Gear exchange https://www.gearx.com/ .
FFS, why would you bring your dog to the summit? Even marmots can't survive there in the winter.

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What is the baseline equipment I would need to get started in rock climbing?
I live in Washington if that helps at all.
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and $140.
i agree they're great shoes (i've gone through 2 pairs and my wife's gone though 3), but not really a prime option for someone who doesn't even know if they're ever going to get the full value out of an intro $60 pair.
>good products cost money
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Underwear and talc, it would seem. If you climb naked I doubt anyone is going to come up there to stop you.
>you have to spend the most money for a good product
good products can be inexpensive as well. it makes sense for someone just testing the waters to spend 50% of the money on 90% of the performance. $140 can get op
>1 pair of shoes
>a pair of shoes, a harness, AND an atc
that math looks pretty fucking easy to me.
Maybe if you work at McDonald

are these things worth there money or just really unaesthetic memes?
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>ran 5 miles less on asphalt
Yeah but look how old she is, doesn’t have that barefoot youthful vitality from channeling earth’s electronic fields through her feet
Literally not true
Do you know what a fossil is, anon? Enjoy your worn down knee cartilage, heel striker
They're comfy no doubt definitely if you like scrambling along rocks on the seafront. Boy they sti k like shit after a whole though.

is anywhere safe from the effects of climate change?
what's your survival plan?
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The IPCC has come to a consensus that it's happening we have to listen to them and a $400 per gallon gasoline tax is a small price to pay for saving Gaia. Trust the experts folks they are looking out for you. That's about all peace out
They are getting thiccer according to my detailed records
Good to see there's more than one Aussie on here who isn't a bloody drongo.
I can only assume you're referring to carbon pricing figure 2.26 and making grossly inaccurate interpretations.

But even if it were true (it isn't) you just.. don't use petrol. If it were 100 dollars per litre then every other form would be cost effective from electric cars, hydrogen power, biofuels etc. Heaven forbid we improve air quality, improve lifespans and make the world a better place for nothing!
>over 30
So above freezing?

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Think these would keep my hands warm in winter or are they more for gun lovers?
Brand new neoprene/leather assault gloves. Each pair is made with a neoprene back and leather palm with reinforcements to the thumb and forefinger, these also have an inner Kevlar lining making them cut resistant as well. Each glove has velcro tightening to the wrist area.

I'm looking for something waterproof, durable and will allow me to handle hot things e.g. metal cup of coffee, stove etc
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Those are not waterproof.
>on the internet, accessible from pretty much anywhere on the globe
>winters range from "never drops below 80F" to "a warm day is -40F"
>asks if they're good for winter without stating where
IMO, just in terms of keeping hands warm, mittens > gloves.
>pogue mitts
Great if you're paddling in sub 60 water. Not so great if you need to use your finger to do things like pull a trigger or push buttons.
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The warmest gloves cost about $2. Go to the thrift store, buy a wool sweater, cut out a mitten pattern, sew together, felt by washing on hot. I've had toasty warm hands on the top of a mountain at 10F.
when your feet have cameltoes

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...that don't make you look like a complete tool
hood or no hood?
synthetic or natural down?
Anon needs answers
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>caring about /fa/ while /out/
>obviously never goes /out/

the number of /fa/gs on this board is astonishing
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Scored this for like $30 last winter. 700fp and well made. Was a limited release for like $275. Not wild about the yellow but I require my layers to be bright for safety reasons up in the mountains.
>Those jackets just look faggy

function over fashion you fucking pleb.
years ago when i was less well off someone gave me an Old Navy black poofy down jacket with a hood, warmest and most comfy I have ever worn
Please refer to >>1380420
Attentively kill yourselves

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would I look like an autist if I wore a tactical softshell /out/? It's only $59
It looks casual enough, plus its cheap.
Buy it in MultiCam and then you won't look at all.
Looking autistic really depends on more than that. It's a lot of other things like footwear backpacks etc.

Also, you shouldn't care.
Yes and the fit is dogshit.
Youll look like an autist anyway so whh does it matter?

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I was looking for a decent warm cloak that could double as a blanket, tanks
There's already an active thread like this.
>a thread died for this
Must have been a shitty thread

Hey guys,

I’ve been camping a few times, but always with friends who know what they’re doing. So my own personal knowledge of /out/ stuff is lacking.

What are the best resources for a beginner such as me to learn some of the essentials of camping, hiking, fishing, backpacking, and general bushcraft and living off the land. Any and all help would be very appreciated!
Kochanski - Bushcraft
Kephart - Camping and Woodcraft
Arora - All That the Rain Promises And More
Lansing - Endurance
Kjellstrom-Be an Expert With Map and Compass
Thanks Anon!

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