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nikegirl


Sep 29, 2001, 11:38 PM
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I read this site often, I've seen plenty ettiquette on indoor, and has been helpful, to me being a newbie.
My question: What about Outdoors?
Noise
Cussing
respect for the land
Music
Packing away your trash/
picking up any that was left behind from others.
why is there such difference of opinions?
And what truly is the Way it should be.
I feel there is so many conflicting ways of ettiquette, I'm seriously stumped.

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Be good to nature, and you shall be rewarded.

Don't be obnoxious.

Don't bring a radio to the crag. Leave it at the campsite...or at home entirely.

Be courdious to those around you.

Simple stuff, really.


compclimber


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 A basic rule is to leave the crag in better shape then you found it.

If the sitiuation applies then music is "ok" and most people dont have aproblem with it. I climb in an area that see's alot of road traffic so a radio isnt a big deal....most people ask us to turn it up. The jake brakes have already taken away from the nature experiance of the area.


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