From vestibule to zigzag
vestibule — a covered chamber, usually an extension of the rainfly, designed to stash wet gear in before crawling into a dry tent.
verglas — a thin coating of ice that forms on rocks overnight, or when snow melts and then refreezes.
walk up — an accessible mountain peak requiring no technical gear or advanced climbing knowledge.
white gas — a specially formulated fuel designed to burn in camp stoves.
yogi-ing — the friendly art of letting hikers and other park visitors offer food or other forms of assistance without asking them directly for it (otherwise it’s called begging).
zigzag — the act of hiking along a switchback trail to reach a destination.