On Travel Answers, a question on snow conditions in Yosemite late May got three answers in 2 hours. I flagged the question from migration, but a moderator decided not to migrate it, because of the good answers. An excerpt from the question:
I'm planning to climb a high mountain during end of May, beginning of June, in the Yosemite National Park. The mountain is around 3900 meters above sea level. In Switzerland. (...) Do I have to expect snow there?
On The Great Outdoors, a question on snow conditions in eastern California mid May got 0 answers in 4 days, and only got a (pretty good) answer when I actively e-mailed someone based on their extensive question about the region.
This shows I'd been better off asking my question on Travel Answers, even if the question clearly fits better here. I consider this problematic, because if outdoors questions get better answers on Travel Answers than here, how can we ever convince people to ask their questions here so that we can grow?