Leave No Trace Blogs

Jul 07, 2017
First State National Historical Park, DE: The Beaver Valley is home to lush foliage, wildlife, vast rolling hills, and some our country’s earliest history. This newly established national park offers endless recreational activities... Read More
Jul 06, 2017
How Many Piles of Poop in a Mile? Forest Park Hot Spot, June 19-26, 2017 Portland, OR: “It’s a forest in my backyard.” One visitor told us this on a cool June morning during the Forest Park Hot Spot in Portland, Oregon. She wasn’t exaggerating.... Read More
Jul 06, 2017
Aspen, CO: This week we visited Conundrum Hot Springs in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness of Colorado for a Hot Spots Week aimed to provide visitor outreach and recommendations toward protecting this unique resource.  The... Read More
Jul 03, 2017
Denver, CO: Just as July is one of the biggest months for outdoor recreation in the United States, Independence Day is arguably the biggest holiday nationwide. It's a time meant for food, fun, family, and fireworks. For a lot of... Read More
Jun 27, 2017
Lake of the Ozarks, MO: The thought of summer conjures up mental images of hot days, cool drinks, and as much time spent by the water as possible. We've had the pleasure of being around a lot of rivers this summer, and thought we'd... Read More
Jun 22, 2017
Boulder, CO: The dog days of summer have arrived. In celebration of the summer solstice, the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics came together with Romero’s K9 Club & Tap House and Stem Ciders #ThisIsCider for a fundraising... Read More
Jun 20, 2017
Estes Park, Colorado: Since 1921, Camp Cheley has been helping their campers get outdoors to experience the wild Colorado Rocky Mountains. ​Campers at Cheley don't have to go far to feel immersed in the outdoors, campus is based... Read More
Jun 20, 2017
Telluride, CO: Planet Bluegrass holds world-class music festivals in Colorado including Telluride Bluegrass Festival, RockyGrass, and FolksFest. The festival organizers take their green initiatives seriously. Providing campers with... Read More
Jun 11, 2017
Worley, ID: Whether you travel on two feet or on two wheels, word on the trail is that mountain bikers and hikers CAN get along! Are you a considerate mountain biker? Find out if the cyclist in our video can win over the wary hiker... Read More
Jun 11, 2017
Bar Harbor, ME: Did you know… Hammocks generally leave a very small footprint and are good examples of minimum impact shelters? There is nothing better than hanging tree side in your hammock for a bit of relaxation. Keep reading to... Read More

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