Leave No Trace Blogs

Jun 17, 2008
As if CLIF Bar, longtime Leave No Trace partner that is also infamous for great bars with a taste for social and environmental justice, weren’t generous enough. Beyond their partnership of Leave No Trace and underwriting the carbon offsets for... Read More
Jun 16, 2008
Yesterday we took the kids on a little father’s day adventure. We started out on bikes, rode along though town to the path and then hit a trail very close to our home in Boulder. Granted it was a most beautiful day, yet, based on the kid’s reactions... Read More
Jun 12, 2008
During the month of June in the Leave No Trace Online Shop you will find our pocket guides and frontcountry guides 20% off. Both are in English and Spanish, are twelve pages long, and offer concise, general information about the skills necessary... Read More
Jun 09, 2008
Just a small sampling of the springtime colors present in Western Colorado's high desert: http://picasaweb.google.com/s/c/bin/slideshow.swf
Jun 05, 2008
Some days the reason why you have the job that you do, and you do all the work that you do, just becomes so blatantly apparent. Last weekend, I was in Boulder Canyon climbing with a friend. We were at a relatively small crag, but were sharing the... Read More
Jun 04, 2008
Free Event at Sloan’s Lake Park to introduce outdoor recreation opportunities to Denver youth. On Saturday, June 14th, 2008, dozens of Community Partners, City, County, State, and Federal organizations will be highlighting outdoor recreation... Read More
Jun 03, 2008
Over the weekend, I paid my 6 year old $4.25 to pick up trash on our camping trip. Our favorite campground littered with mostly “micro trash” such as discarded stickers from fruit and wrapper fractions. The deal was: no glass, nothing sharp, no... Read More
Jun 02, 2008
The Department of Interior, under which both the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reside, is considering lifting a ban on concealed firearms in national parks and wildlife refuges. Proposed new regulations that would... Read More
May 28, 2008
In the latest issue of High Country News is an article titled, "Pillaging the Past." It outlines how "90% of archaeological sites in the Southwest have been vandalized," and that "a land once rich with ancestry has been scraped entirely clean."... Read More
May 27, 2008
...then what is 50,000+? Must be the Bolder Boulder, the annual 10K which just experienced it's 30th anniversary this Memorial Day. The race really is a celebration, drawing in the entire community of Boulder, much like the Boston Marathon does for... Read More