Have a good time is pretty high around the world to do list, especially when surrounded by breathtaking views and super awesome friends. We are hiking, biking, climbing, camping, boating, fishing, hunting, four-wheel, sleep and eat - among others - inside the country. If not done properly is a lot of wear and tear on our natural resources. Responsible recreation ensures future outdoor enthusiasts the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors like you. Without a recreation code of ethics, our journey will become a thing of the past. Here are some of the most universally recognized to have a good time - the right way.
-Take pictures, leave only footprints. If you carry in, carry it out. This will remove the trash.
-Protect water sources from contamination. Use a biodegradable soap, or try hot water with soap less dishes, toilet and laundry. When using soap (even biodegradable) and toothpaste, dispose of wastewater at least 100 meters from natural sources, wells or sources of tap water.
"Being a good neighbor - control noise and your pets. Keep your dog on a leash no longer than 6 feet, and away from public swimming areas. Barking and not cleaning pets led to numerous complaints from other outdoor enthusiasts. Do not leave animals unattended.
Respect for nature - to keep trees and shrubs alive and growing.
Nails and son should not be used on trees because they can cause serious damage to trees. Burn damage permanently scar or kill a tree.
-When hiking or biking, stay on designated trails. This prevents damage to vegetation and erosion in one place.
-Before leaving your campsite clean the home and your campsite. Be as clean as you want, if you came that day. The next user will thank you.
Leave No Trace-www.lnt.org,, proposes the following principles for outdoor ethics to plan and prepare, travel and camp on durable surfaces, elimination of waste properly Leave what you find, Minimize Campfire Impacts , respect wildlife and be considerate of other visitors.
Here the tread lightly www.treadlightly.org, pledge: Travel and recreate with minimum impact, respect the environment and the rights of others to educate yourself - plan and prepare before you leave, allow future use abroad - Leave! better than you found it and discover the benefits of responsible recreation.
Responsible recreation means of common sense and courtesy to enjoy the backcountry without spoiling the experience for anyone. Most outdoor enthusiasts understand this very well, and spend much of their time to restore, improve and maintain our backcountry. And 'nice when you are outdoors, share these keys with your friends, and use this information to do it right the first time. Get outdoors!