Tips for RV Travel with Your Dog – The Outdoor Women

RV travel can be a wonderful way to travel with your favorite canine companion. It can be challenging to travel with a pet, but...

Lots of dense vegetation – The Outdoor Women

The density of vegetation (shrubs, bushes, stunted trees, etc.). Low and medium mountain can go from completely prevent the passage, to do difficult, tedious...

Areas of large rocks (blocks or scree) – The Outdoor Women

When there are large rocks, the product of hard minerals (granite, gneiss, etc.). The road is usually passable. But as always, we must take...

Areas of rock girls – The Outdoor Women

A flat terrain full of rocks girls (smaller than a handball or handball ball) due to soft mineral (conglomerate, limestone, etc.). Usually easy to...

Areas of small stones (carries or quarries) – The Outdoor Women

These rocky areas differ from areas of large boulders or blocks of greater instability of the ground due to move “sets” of the stones...

Areas that require steep climb but climbing – The Outdoor Women

The difference between climbing and climbing climbing is that it marks the level of difficulty. Climbing is supposed to be normal in some hiking...

Warm Is Right – The Outdoor Women

Layering strategies for alpine routes and bivouacs What to wear? It’s the perennial question when packing for an ice route or alpine peak. When...

Areas of dense vegetation – The Outdoor Women

Places of dense, shrubby or bushy as beech forests or coihue of Araucania and Patagonia are virtually impenetrable and can cause unpleasant surprises in...

Areas of large rocks or stones (scree or blocks) – The Outdoor Women

The scree, crags and rocky ground, areas of loose rocks or stones more or less large (larger than a football about) can be ground...

Areas of steep terrain – The Outdoor Women

Regardless of the type of soil that covers it (rock, snow, soil, vegetation, etc.)., The steep terrain, sloping, steep to be transitive (raised or...