I flagged two questions for migration to The Great Outdoors: https://travel.stackexchange.com/q/14711/2509 got migrated, but Do I have to expect snow at 3900 meters above sea level during summer? did not.
Quoting from the question that did not (currently) get migrated:
I'm planning to climb a high mountain during end of May, beginning of June, in the Yosemite National Park
Do I have to expect snow there?
Quoting from my very similar question at Outdoors:
I would like to do some hiking [in the second week of May]
I find a number of areas in the vicinity: John Muir Wilderness, Inyo National Forest, Sierra National Forest, Ansel Adams Wilderness, Kings Canyon National Park, Yosemite National Park, Hoover Wilderness, and others
Up to what elevation should I normally expect passable terrain in May?
I think both questions clearly fit better on The Great Outdoors than on Travel Answers. However, VMAtm♦ commented:
I think other one should be here, because it got attention and great answers.
My question on The Great Outdoors did not get any answers until I actively e-mailed someone I found based on his extensive website about the region. Considering how quickly the Travel Answers question got answered, perhaps my question would have received better answers on Travel Answers, too — even though it's not a travel question!
If a question is not a travel question but an outdoors question, but happens to get good answers by the Travel Answers crowd, is this a valid reason to keep the question open and on Travel Answers? Or should migration be based on a determination if the content is on-topic, regardless of attention and answers?