From orienteer to rain fly
orienteer — using a map and compass to determine a route through unfamiliar terrain.
primitive campsite — a campsite that offers few basic amenities to hikers, such as shelter, pit toilets or running water.
potable water — water source that poses few health hazards to humans without prior treatment.
peak bagger — a subgroup of hikers obsessed with reaching the highest point in each state, country or continent.
quill — the shaft of a bird’s feather.
ramble — to walk the countryside without a predetermined destination.
rain fly — the outer shell of a tent used to shed water and blunt the wind, protecting occupants.