In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1the backcountry — el campo
- So we will see some inevitable growth, but the backcountry won't be overrun.
- You can stay at one of the park's 10 campgrounds or camp in the backcountry.
- More than 100 miles of roads and trails have been carved into the backcountry.
- We're talking off the pavement, into the backcountry and up a mountain.
- Although he can adjust to a laid back attitude when shooting or filming in the backcountry, competition is his forte.
- I should point out, too, that the majority of nights we hikers spend in the backcountry are mild.
- Most people recognize the Blue Ridge as the defining feature of the backcountry of Virginia and the Carolinas.
- In British Columbia, the popularity of the backcountry has helped turn guided skiing into big business.
- Before venturing into the backcountry the following day, we considered what to tote in our packs.
- I didn't have much time to hike when I visited Philmont, so Palmer drove me around the backcountry in his truck.
- The topographic map is the essential tool for moving swiftly and efficiently through the backcountry.
- The only thing cell phones provide in the backcountry, critics say, is a false sense of security.
- Taking a laptop into the backcountry didn't sound so unreasonable.
- The adventure activities might be as common as the ropes course or as uncommon as several weeks trekking in the backcountry.
- Itinerant merchants traveled the backcountry buying or trading dried apples.
- Canyonlands National Park saves most of its highlights for the backcountry enthusiast.
- Explore wild Utah backcountry on the edge of the largest roadless area in the state.
- The backcountry swamps of the area hold a special interest for him, and many of his paintings depict this unique wilderness.
- The easiest and least expensive way into the backcountry is on snowshoes.
- His style is to use horses to get deep into wilderness, then set up camp and hike farther into the backcountry, hunting on foot.
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