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Anyone that is keen on getting out into nature knows that the pristine, untouched beauty of the outdoors will only remain that way if people respect the environments they visit. To ensure that this happens, the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics has come up with a framework of seven principles for people to follow. These principles can be applied whether one is hiking to a remote campsite or enjoying a local park.
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While most relate to correct behavior for when people are outdoors, the first principle is about planning ahead. Before you head out on an adventure, preparation is essential. A little research will also give you a basic understanding of the environment you’ll visit.
The other rules to follow when you are outdoors are quite simple. You should always walk on proper trails and stay at marked campsites. Of course, this means trash like plastic bags and bottles, but it also includes leftovers and food scraps. Further, when you leave a nature area, you should leave what you find.
You should also minimize campfires. It is actually best to carry a portable stove when you go camping. If you are making fires (and if they are even allowed), it is vital that you make sure the fire is out before you leave. The last two principles are about respect and consideration. Finally, be courteous towards anyone else you meet and think of how your actions may affect others that are enjoying the outdoors alongside you.
(A) Adequate planning helps keep you and your group safe.
(B) Respect any wildlife in the area; you’re in their home.
(C) That is, don’t take anything from the trail like flowers or rocks with you.
(D) Everything you bring with you into an area needs to be brought back out.
(E) It provides education opportunities, so every person who goes outside can enjoy the world responsibly.
(F) The Leave No Trace principles offer guidelines for how people can leave a minimal impact in the areas they explore.