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How do I learn, effectively, how to step better when hiking?

My knees are not what they were 15 years ago when I was doing most of my hiking, and I encounter much greater difficulty getting downhill now. I actively worry about mud. I have a bad left knee that I could injure worse by slipping.

So basically I need to learn the art of how to properly step and walk the best way. I figure this must be enough of a topic of conversation for some tips or info to exist?

I should get poles right. I kinda like the idea of a staff more because you can more easily intercept face height spiderwebs with it
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>>2181279
they directly tell you with every pole not to put your weight on the pole though? how can i trust some collapsible thing at that

dunno why you'd refer to me as if i'm a youngster when i commented about my knees 15 years ago. :P
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>>2181302
They could have turned to crap now, and the current ones may be shit, but I trust my Black Diamond, and put weight on it. I'm scrawny though. I've had it for around 6 years. Since they sell them in pairs now I gave the other one to the gf, who is a spazz, and hers is still good too.
I didn't know that you weren't supposed to put weight on them, but I started with sticks, followed by an old ski pole, so I never read the instructions when I upgraded. And if you aren't supposed to put weight on them, why do they make meme ones with shock absorbers?
Telescoping poles are also good when you need to lash them to your pack and use both hands. Some UL dudes use them for tarp set ups too
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>>2181330
I'll check it out, but $100 for a pole is the type of ridiculous cocksuckery i'm not gonna be involved in. I'm sure there is some identical chinese equivalent for $20
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>>2181332
Saw a an old dude on the AT who chose a correctly size ski pole. Can troll goodwill and ebay for them. Make sure its taller than your normal walking needs so you can raise up for downhill. Wrap a big section for a handle.
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>>2181279
>People with 2 poles often don't put weight on them, poking and dragging them uselessly, while looking like fem spiders.
So long as OP is not a retard, two poles generally should be an improvement over just one.

Hey lads im in Mississippi and want to do some camping but its currently 98 degrees and humid as shit. Is there any way to make camping bearable or should i just wait till winter like i usually have to do?
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I camp with only a bed roll and thin sheet because the sleeping bag will be too hot and the bugs will not allow you to cowboy camp. If you get drunk enough it’s not that bad.
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>>2175738
honestly just lots of drinking water and acclimating yourself in day-to-day helps if you can. Find ways to get outside more during the workweek, have a shitty warehouse job like mine where there's no AC, etc
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Bumping for interest
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>>2176300
>you're angry he seethes
>go outside instead of posting, he posts
never seen an anti-frog poster who wasn't a double-digit iq failfuck
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>>2176061
>>2176062
>still whining about muh election from five fucking years ago
I'd say drumpf broke your brain but I doubt there was much there to begin with

Have any of you ever been to the Himalayas? If so, how was it?
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>>2181190
Oh, I see. I myself am an American, but I enjoy climbing so I was wondering if anyone here had trekked or climbed in the Himalayas.
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resummoning the evil thread
>Could you handle K2?
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>>2181261
Fuck no. I can barely do 4000 meter shit, much less 8000 meter shit, much less K2.
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>>2181168
I've been twice. I recommend the Gokyo Lakes trek. The views are epic and a lot of the accommodation is free if you eat at the restaurant. Meals are only around $5, so it's a pretty cheap place to visit.
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>>2181262
He doesn't know that there are literal villages at 4000 meters height and you could just drive there

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i have 300Eouros, all i have a knife.
Lets see how well can /out/ budget
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>>2180161
>>2180401
they dont like you eather fucktards
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>>2178456
Hike back in time and stop your uncle from molesting you, queer
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everything i got, i got second hand for 5-10 quid a piece try your local ads
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>>2180401
the one in OP is a squished down, larger eyed version
actual retard pepe
I dont like it
and it seems to be the 2021 pepe
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>>2178428
Remmington r700 in 30-06
Costco clothes

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I have had it with my family. I help with chores, pay rent, I am a good son, but all my bitch mom does is scream at me for playing games or smoking a bit of weed. I have a cuben fibre tent and want to leave my home for good and live in the woods. I have $3,000 cash, all the basic gear for hiking and I know how to forage. Any suggestions for first steps?
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>>2178575
Get a cash in hand job, also people like you are the reason the covid restrictions still exist
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>>2177931
What happens to your gear when they arrest you?
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Check: >>>/out/fug
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>>2181282
>also people like you are the reason the covid restrictions still exist
kill yourself fag
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>>2177846
But how would you know what your tent is like, when you don't go outside.

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Post your recent hauls and recipes!

>Previous:
>>2076535 (spring edition)
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>>2180227
>ask for ID
>get upset when someone replies with ID
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>>2180504
It's a joke, buddy. Not every post needs to be srs bzns. I'm not even the one who asked what it was.
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>>2175985
I'm not that anon but for some reason those fucking lids hold on to sharpie like mad. Made pickles and some of my lids have multiple colors and bits of markings on them because between the brushed finish and I guess the heat from canning, they hold on to that ink like crazy. And I often use alcohol to remove ink on everything else.
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Well I found something out a few days ago. I can't believe you can even eat parts of the pokeweed plant; I was told everything on it is poisonous bad shit that will make your guts feel awful.
>American pokeweed is a member of the Phytolaccaceae, the Pokeweed family. Members of the family are found around the world in tropical and subtropical distribution with a few species that occur in temperate areas. About 16 genera and 100 species are recognized in the family. The genus Phytolacca contains about 25 species which range from herbs to shrubs to tall trees. Two native species of pokeweed are recognized in North America, one found across much of North America and one found in California and the southwestern U.S. A few tropical species have been introduced unintentionally in imported products or intentionally as ornamentals.
>This species may flower year around in southern states, and May to October in northern states. The entire plant is poisonous causing a variety of symptoms, including death in rare cases. The berries are especially poisonous. Young leaves and stems when properly cooked are edible and provide a good source of protein, fat and carbohydrate. Regional names for the plant include poke, poke sallet, poke salad, and pokeberry. The fruits are important food for mockingbirds, northern cardinals, and mourning doves. The name “phytolacca” means red dye plant.
-www.fs.fed.us

>Young leaves and stems when properly cooked are edible
>provide a good source of protein, fat and carbohydrate
I would have never known. This shit is everywhere in my state. Anyone have some cooking videos? I'd love to try if I knew it wouldn't kill me/my guts.
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>>2181161
It's one of those "boil x minutes in y changes of water" plants that seem like they can't be worth it when lambsquarters and nettles exist. Then again my back yard is full of it so I think I'll try it next year. You're supposed to get it before it blooms so too late for this year.

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The thread dedicated to those nomads without motorized vehicles and a thread for anyone who chose to travel (or had no other choice but to travel) around their country or around the world.

Topics related to fugitive activities:
>nomadism
>survival
>bushcrafting
>loadouts
>backpacking and bikepacking
>cheap gear
>long-duration disposables
>bike touring
>low cost travel
>low profile travel and camping
>stealth camping
>hunting/fishing

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A frame on your back, especially useful for storing longer tools or temporarily a bundle of firewood. Maybe a net for daily usage items like kellogs and vanilla milk.
Not my steel pack okay?
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>>2178306
>a 30+ years old man wrote this
the absolute state of this thread
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>>2179625
>falling for cointelpro baits
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Any anons gone train hopping?
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>>2180463
Like on top of them or sneaking in without paying? sitting on top is kinda bad tbf you gotta wear a poncho or your gonna get dirty as shit and if you need to shit or pee can't do it until it stops. If you mean sneaking in honestly I got no clue since I avoid places with cctv when possible.

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Do you go outdoors, or do you only make up stories and pretend to on the internet?
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Honestly I thought this board was about the great outdoors but it seems like 50% of the people just want to signal how cool they really our and how they are real outdoorsmen.
I live in one of the most urbanized areas of the world so unless I travel half of Europe civilization won't be far we don't have the giant planes of the Americas.
This year I wanted to go on hiking but then the great floods happened in Europe. Probably half the trails are destroyed especially in some places in Germany I wanted to go. But I have been hiking probably 12-13 times. Not counting the hunting because that's mostly in pretty urbanized area.
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>>2179772
one should do both, to be healthy
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I live /out/ but it's raining so I'm staying /in/
Also my internet is capped and costs $150 /month
The true /out/ experience
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>>2181352
the bug will get to those trees
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>>2181354
they're pretty anal about forestry here it's a main industry so hopefully not
fucking porcupines though...

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Are these signs of wild pigs? If so, I found the perfect spot to hunt these little fucks.
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>>2178893
Pigs dont chew their food?
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>>2178898
That one looks like pigs rummaging through the dirt. If you find them, please get 'em.
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>>2179444
your mom does.
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>>2178893
someone really put berries on shit and took a picture
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>>2181151
Yeah, you're retarded but ok.

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What does splatter vision mean? Just focusing on the "corners" of your vision rather than the focus of your eyes? How useful is it for spotting shrooms n shiet?
I just want some chantarelles so i can fry em in butter...
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>>2180855
there's like 3 fucking already existing threads you could have asked your stupid question in. use the catalog. or just fucking google it ffs.
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>>2180866
Not op. Bump for interest and to spite you.
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>>2180963
>can't into google either. spite you hurr durr.
showed me. fucking idiot.
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>>2180855
Is this how those Asian guys are really good at the side by side "spot the difference" games?
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>>2180866
rofl

anon what your thoughts on carrying a pocket whip in the wildreness or in suburban areas for self defense and to scare animals or for fun or for whipping the naughty customers with the unholy workplace whip of punishment
>pic related sort of
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>>2180889
UUUUUHHHHHHHHHH UMMMMMMMMMM UHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMUHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

thats a very tough trick question sonny boi
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>>2180884
>pocket whip
My penis
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>>2180884
Pocket sand is one thing, but a pocket whip is just silly.
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>>2180884
what the fuck
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joMQ4A1n4NU

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post pictures and stories of wildlife you've seen while /out/
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>>2181314
Gannets
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>>2181315
King penguins
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>>2181316
Wombat
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>>2181317
Seals
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>>2181318
Lorikeets

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Summertime, wintertime, spring and fall, wool is the king, the king of them all. This thread is about the pinnacle of all outdoor materials. To be considered a person of standing in this thread you must:
>post 1 picture of wool gear you own and use
>post 2 disadvantages of synthetics
>post 3 advantages of wool

Go.
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>>2179552
Some people call me a larper but I've always worn wool. My great granddaddy even raised sheep for wool and meat.
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>>2173449
You don't know shit about farming, obviously. The alternative to grazing sheep in the mountains where nothing else will grow anyway is what, exactly? A synthetics factory. Go talk to a sheep farmer and try learn a thing or two, you dickhead.
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>>2180469
this fucking edit got me
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>>2174701
>is GREAT for hiking cuz u get all sweaty
sweat contains salt
salt is a crystal
crystals cut skin
skin gets heatrash quickly through constant chaffing
medical attention needed after just one short sweaty hike.
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>>2176246
collar shirt all the way up with tie is cringe
not tucking the tie behind the chest strap is unforgivable

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/out/ patch thread
>Patches Get Snatches Edition

Previous thread:
>>2089281

Post/shill your patches, any ideas, drafts, requests, etc.

/k/ approved patch list at hackmd DOT io /@Patchboi/PatchThread
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>>2138394
>Snufkin patch when?
I saw one on /k/
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>>2138394
>>2180694
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>>2180202
Sick pack, bet it carries weight like a champ.
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>>2138897
Do you not make that sc/out/ bear patch like OP's anymore? With the mountain, tree, and stream?
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>>2136889
Why no PayPal badger?

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There is no bigger larp than play pretending mountain man in a 20 acre wood lot surounded by houses, mcdonald's and light polution. It is even more embarrassing to spends thousands of dollars on equipment to play pretend in these designated wooden lots. You are all faggots, I hope biden glasses every national forest
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>>2179478
Because 95% live in the major metropolitan areas- Miami, Tampa/St Pete, Jax, Orlando and Tallahassee/panhandle or other coastal towns and cities.
>>2179478
It is, see >>2179528
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>>2179387
So basically, you're calling all the east coast posters larpers? I agree with that.
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Why doesn't anyone go burning down row crops in the disappearing prairies and Great Plains? With an accidental cigarette, ofcourse. In Minecraft.
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>>2179387
Where are the 20 acre wooded lots in the middle of the city?
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