Bigfoot

Body by Bigfoot: Five Tips for Staying in Shape on the Road

With the eating season, we mean, holiday season fast approaching, the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers like to stay active, even while living on the road. Want the latest “Body by Bigfoot” workout routine? Check out this video! In all seriousness, road life keeps us on the move. Packing up and setting up camp every few days, getting our loaded cooler in and out of the car several times a day, water hauling, and just living outside means we move our bodies a lot. We also get to do lots of our favorite outdoor activities – hiking, biking, running, and climbing – in some amazing places...

Bigfoot's Morning Routine

Las Vegas, NV: We were lucky enough to catch our mascot, Bigfoot, one morning this fall in Nevada. How does this elusive creature manage to always Leave No Trace? Check out our footage of his morning routine, captured early one morning in the desert where he seemed to be enjoying a brilliant fall sunrise. Want to be like Bigfoot? Us too! Here are three things we do every morning to Leave No Trace like the big guy. Strain dishwater, throw away food scraps and dispose of our dishwater according to local regulations. Sometimes, campgrounds provide drains or special sinks for dishwater. Some...

Leave No Trace Seven Principles Rap

Boulder, CO: The member-driven Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics protects the outdoors by teaching people to enjoy it responsibly. It is the most widely accepted outdoor ethics program used on public lands. Through targeted education, research and outreach, the Center ensures the long-term health of our natural world. One way we reach the public is through the creative freedom of our Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers. The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer program consists of four teams of two educators that travel across the country in Subarus teaching people how to...

Martin Park Nature Center Hot Spot

Oklahoma City, OK: Have you ever been to Oklahoma City? Oklahoma City is home to the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Paseo Art District, grain silos repurposed into climbing gyms, the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum and the Martin Park Nature Center. According to their website the "Martin Park Nature Center is a hub for nature exploration and education for visitors of all ages. Guided hikes, education programs and an interactive learning center provide visitors a place to learn about nature and wildlife in a serene, suburban environment.” Leave No Trace has been in Oklahoma City for the...

Bigfoot Tries Sledding

El Paso, TX: As we all know Bigfoot is the ultimate Leave No Trace champion. This winter Bigfoot wanted to enjoy the snow and tried his hand at sledding. Check out the video below to see Bigfoot in action! Sledding is a great winter activity. When the snow is more than six inches deep it is considered a durable surface . Travel Well, Amanda and Greg - Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer Team East Central Leave No Trace’s Amanda Neiman and Greg Smith are part of the 2017 Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer Program that provides free, mobile education to...

Leave No Trace Ski Tips

Park City, UT: Ski season is here, are you ready to enjoy your world and Leave No Trace in the snow? Here are a few tips and tricks to remember the Leave No Trace Seven Principles while having fun on the mountain. It is easy to Plan Ahead and Prepare for your day on the mountain. Always remember to check the weather so that you are warm enough. It is also important to carry a trail map of the runs on the mountain to make sure you are skiing or snowboarding at your ability. Also remember to check your equipment to have a safe day on the mountain. When you enjoy the outdoors in the snow...

Love to Hike? How To Minimize Your Impact On The Trail

Phoenix, AZ - While hiking on the trail is extremely important in desert areas with living biological soil, hikers can also have a serious impact on sensitive flora wherever they are. From the alpine to lowland meadows and riparian areas, our cumulative footsteps can damage the places we love. Especially with record numbers of visitors getting outside and exploring, practicing Leave No Trace is more important than ever! Learn how YOU can protect the places you love by Traveling and Camping on Durable Surfaces! Have fun. Be Safe. Leave No Trace. Leave No Trace’s Alex Roberts and Emy Gelb...

How to Leave No Trace in the San Juan Islands

Lopez Island, WA: San Juan County is the first Leave No Trace county in the nation. This designation came about because of a dedicated and passionate group of locals, who wanted to protect and steward these special islands they call home. Today, different agencies, organizations, citizens, businesses, and local leaders have committed to integrating Leave No Trace into every aspect of the islands. Their hope is to educate and inspire the one million annual visitors to Leave No Trace during their next visit. Here are a few steps you can take to help Leave No Trace next time you are on the San...

Bigfoot Sighting at Delano Park!

Decatur, AL: This week from Monday, September 19, 2016 to Monday, September 26, 2016 Leave No Trace is hosting a Hot Spot at Delano Park in Decatur, Alabama. There have been several events already ranging from Fitness Night in Delano Park ( where Bigfoot was seen doing yoga ) to a Leave No Trace Awareness workshop with the Decatur Parks and Recreation Department ( where Bigfoot was seen giving words of wisdom ). Hot Spot Week at Delano Park This week Leave No Trace has partnered with the Delano Park Conservancy to educate the community about outdoor ethics. Delano Park...

Bigfoot in Grand Teton National Park #DontFeedTheLandfills

Moran, WY: The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers met up with Bigfoot in Grand Teton National Park to explore and learn about Grand Teton Lodge Company’s efforts to reduce their waste as part of the Subaru zero landfill initiative . Grand Teton Lodge Company has been working with the National Park Service, Subaru, and community partners to minimize their impact in the park. Grand Teton Lodge Company as well as other concessionaires in the park system no longer sell single-use water bottles. The plastic bottles you’ll see in the video below are brought into the park from visitors. Grand...

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