Quiz: how experienced are you

How much do you travel? Do you go hiking? We’ll check it now! Together with OZON. Travel we ask complex questions about tourism, which only your experience and erudition will help answer.

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This one of the highest and inaccessible mountain peaks is growing all the time

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Kilimanjaro

Elbrus

Jomolungma

Mac-Kinley

And here it is. In 1994, researchers found that due to the constant movement of lithospheric plates, the growth of Everest is approximately 4 mm per year

But there it is. In 1994, researchers found that due to the constant movement of lithospheric plates, the growth of Everest is approximately 4 mm per year

That's right! i.

Everest continues to grow by about 4 mm per year due to the constant movement of lithospheric plates that formed the Himalayas.

And here it is. In 1994, researchers found that due to the constant movement of lithospheric plates, the growth of Everest is about 4 mm per year

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This underwater cave is considered the longest in the world siphon

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Tank Basilica

Oaks-Bel-Ha

Three-eyed

Sumgan Katuk

The longest siphon in the world - that is, a cave completely filled with water - is Oaks Bel Ha on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. The length of her investigated moves is 182 kilometers

Yes! This water-filled cave on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico stretches as much as 182 kilometers. And this is only the length of the investigated moves!

The longest siphon in the world - that is, a cave completely filled with water - is Oaks Bel Ha on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.

The length of her explored passages is 182 kilometers

The longest siphon in the world - that is, a cave completely filled with water - is Oaks Bel Ha on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. The length of its investigated passages is 182 kilometers

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In honor of this animal, a device was named that was indispensable for climbers, mountain tourists and climbers

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Cat

Goat

Irbis

Yak

Right! Climbing cats - metal devices for moving on ice and firn, mounted on boots

Alas, this is the wrong answer. Metal devices for moving on ice and firn, mounted on the boots of a tourist, are called cats

Alas, this is the wrong answer. Metal devices for moving on ice and firn, mounted on the boots of a tourist, are called cats

Alas, this is the wrong answer. Metal devices for moving on ice and firn, mounted on tourist’s boots, are called cats

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This nickname was taken by the "survivor" Christopher McCandless for the time travels to Alaska

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Alex Straniker

Alexander Superbrogg

Sinbad-Pedestrian

Wild Niels

Chris McCandless is a real traveler who, during his trip to Alaska, took the pseudonym Alexander Superbramp (born Alexander Su124ertram126).

We recommend watching a great movie about him - "Into the Wild"

Exactly! Chris went to an uninhabited part of Alaska to live in solitude with nature. He presented himself to the counter as Alexander Superbum (English Alexander Su130ertram137)

Chris McCandless is a real traveler who, during his trip to Alaska, took the pseudonym Alexander Superbum (English Alexander Su144ertram146). We recommend watching a great movie about him - "Into the Wild"

Chris McCandless is a real traveler who, during his trip to Alaska, took the pseudonym Alexander Super-tramp (English Alexander Su150ertram152). We recommend watching a great movie about him - "Into the Wild"

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The book “Following a drop of water” is a detailed textbook for

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of Divers

Speleotourists

Fire rescuers

Kayakers

"Following a drop of water" is a joint work of cavers VN Dublyansky and VV Ilyukhin, who together conducted a huge number of expeditions to the caves of the Caucasus and Crimea.

Right! This book is a continuation of the book "Traveling Underground" by two caver enthusiasts V.

N. Dublyansky and V.V. Ilyukhin, who more than once conquered the caves of the Crimea and the Caucasus

"Following a drop of water" is a joint work cavers V.N.

Dublyansky and V.V. Ilyukhin, who together conducted a huge number of expeditions to the caves of the Caucasus and Crimea.

"Following a drop of water" is a joint work of cavers VN Dublyansky and VV Ilyukhin, who together carried out a huge number of expeditions to the caves of the Caucasus and Crimea

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How is the "little stove" different from the "potbelly stove"?

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Country of origin

Dimensions

The presence of an adjustable blower

The absence of the pipe

Poshekhonka is an advanced potbelly stove. This stove has an adjustable blower, which saves heat in the tent

Poshekhonka is an advanced potbelly stove.

This stove has an adjustable blower, which saves heat in the tent

That's right! Thanks to this feature, when using a little walkie, it is easy to adjust the amount of heat in the tent

. The cutter is an advanced potbelly stove. This stove has an adjustable blower, which saves heat in the tent

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This feature of the cut of the bicycle backpacks allows you to reduce aerodynamic drag and the likelihood of catching on hanging branches

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Narrowing in the upper part

Lack of compression screeds

Presence of the upper valve

Longer anti-skid

i. Right! Velor bags are often sewn with a narrowing at the top. But without compression screeds, top cover and convenient anti-skid it is definitely not enough But the narrowing of the backpack at the top is a useful invention for cyclists

You can’t do without compression ties, a top valve and convenient anti-skids.

But the narrowing of the backpack at the top is a useful invention for cyclists

You can’t do without compression ties, a top valve and convenient anti-skids. But narrowing the backpack at the top is a useful invention for cyclists

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