From acclimate to cat hole
acclimate — period of time required for the body to adjust to altitude and trail conditions.
AT — Appalachian Trail, a long distance footpath extending 2,178 miles from Georgia to Maine.
backcountry — an isolated geographic area with few paved roads or maintained buildings and erratic or nonexistent cellphone coverage.
bivouac — a temporary or makeshift shelter meant to protect hikers from inclement weather.
cache — to store or stow away food and supplies intended for future use.
cairn — a manmade pile of stones used as a navigational aide in locations with little to no vegetation.
cat hole — a 6- to 8-inch-deep hole to poop into, dug off-trail and out of sight, at least 50 yards from the nearest water source.