Sunday, September 25, 2011

Leave No Trace Principle's: Be Considerate of Other Visitors

Dijukno be considerate of other visitors is a Leave No Trace principle?

Be Considerate of Other Visitors:

All of these Leave No Trace principles have an aim of preserving the country for future visits.  Being considerate of other visitors is reminding us to
care for visitors today as well as tomorrow.  By being thoughtful of others, you preserve the quality of their experience, and most likely impress on them some of your ethical beliefs.

Being considerate includes:

Traveling in small groups to be less of a visual impact

Using clothes, and gear of a neutral, natural color to minimize visual impact

Leaving radios, and the like at home, and keeping your group's noise level low

Maintaining distance between your group and others of which you are aware

Respecting private property and regulations on public property

Showing courtesy to others you meet and following common trail etiquette

 Being considerate ensures:

A more fulfilling experience for everyone

A further distribution of the Leave No Trace ethics

A better impression of your group that may get passed on to local land managers

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  3. I so wish people respected these bylaws. The last couple times I went camping, noise until 3am. I know that its about having a good time, but there's no need to be over the top. And clean out the fire place pit! Not all that trash dumped in there is burnable. *sigh*


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