A place for discussion, debate, and inspiration regarding traditional climbing, often referred to as trad climbing. Denoted by the use of active and passive gear for protection, trad climbing envelops many different techniques, styles, and ethics for climbers to explore the vertical frontier all over the world.
Welcome to /r/slackline! Post pictures, stories, new locations, beginner guides, or anything slackline-related. This is a user-guided community; join the discussions, ask questions, and share your experiences. This subreddit is much better when you are a part of it! Promotional posts by slackline companies or organizations are welcome here! Got an awesome slackline company or group you want to share? Go for it.
A subreddit for world traveling Backpackers. Often confused with the other type of (wilderness) backpacker in the US, this subreddit is primarily for the travelers. Wilderness is allowed by community demand. All posts must be flaired "Travel" or "Wilderness"
/r/Ultralight is the largest online Ultralight Backpacking community! This sub is about overnight backpacking efficiently through the wilderness with a backpack that is as light as possible. Join us and ask yourself the question: Do I really need that?
All things snowboarding, /r/snowboarding or "shreddit" is the home for shredders of all age, cultures, and abilities. Whether you are looking for great video clips, gear recommendations, how to land your first 3 or maybe 9, or just want to hang out with some shredders, this is the place. Remember, somewhere in the world, it's snowing right now!
Two wheels, powered by a person. Interested in riding a bicycle? We welcome bicyclists of all skill levels including those who don't yet own a bike. Ask us your questions or meetup with other redditors in your area for local rides. Happy cycling!
Outdoor recreation: keeping humans fit, fed and happy for thousands of years. The sun on your face, the wind in your hair: all this and more could be yours to experience... if you ever get off reddit and go outside for once! /r/Outdoors is for *all* outdoor experiences, not limited to any specific interest. Caving, mountain climbing, cycling, bushcraft, gardening, going for a stroll -- it's all on topic here!
/r/photography is a place to discuss the tools, technique and culture of photography. This is not a good place to simply share cool photos or promote your work, but rather a place to discuss photography as an art and post things that would be of interest to other photographers.