Be civil at all times. We appreciate that people are passionate about outdoor issues, and heated debate often descends into argument — but you must remain civil and respectful.
"Remember the human" often applies — when it doesn't (maybe your opponent is terrible!) at least remember that you have an audience; if you want to get your message across, being calm and collected in the face of incivility will garner their respect.
Harassment of any sort will merit an immediate permaban.
Do not spam. Users may submit a limited amount of 'self-promotional' content (e.g. their blog, their product, their website) only if they have participated on r/Outdoors in the past with a variety of contributions.
This means we expect to see comments and links posted across reddit on your account, and they must not be rapid-fire attempts to appear active; we require sustained, thoughtful participation. You must be a 'regular' user.
In addition, you must adhere to reddit's Content Policy.
Under no circumstances is it acceptable to post other users' personal information. Always respect other users' privacy!
Breaking this rule will result in an immediate ban from r/Outdoors and you will be reported to reddit's admins.
All submissions must be in English, or feature an English translation in the headline/title.
Non-English comments are acceptable, but consider adding a translation for the benefit of our subscribers, the majority of whom are likely to speak English as a first or second language.
Content must be related to the Outdoors, somehow. We are broad in what we allow, but don't post pictures of your cat looking out the window, your fancy restaurant meal, you having a beer with the lads, or your new MP3 player; there are more appropriate subreddits to post these things in!
Please do not post anything involving death or hardcore nature. Nobody wants to see that here.
Below are random, off-reddit links!