2F/2F's right if you have your film speed and developer combination right you can cope with many situations just making adjustments for extremes of lighting.
Where contrast does tend to be an issue is when you photograph in areas of deep shadow, sheltered from the fill in effects of the sky, but with patches of sunlight. But out in the open landscape contrast in bright sunlight's rarely an issue whether it's midday or dawn to dusk.
This is midday sun in the UK at the end of April, before Stoo, Mark & I adjourned for a bit of lunch & a pint.
Mark Burley & I had been discussing where to place the shadow details, he'd have given a stop more exposure, but I assured him that it wasn't necessary