OUTDOOR 
ETHICS

Pack in, pack out.

ALWAYS! It's our responsibility to keep the LAND and RESOURCES clean. 

 

When camping in the wilderness, here's a few items to consider (depending on your adventure): ​

  • Gloves

  • Trash bag/dry sack

  • Trash grabber

  • Hand sanitizer

Always plan

Prepare for the unexpected weather and events that can rapidly change in the backcountry, or anywhere you plan to travel. 

The 7 P's 

Proper, Planning, Prevents, Piss Poor Performance AND PREPARATION..

Protect our lands

Always protect the areas that we explore. Follow local wilderness regulations. Make sure to check everything listed on your permits, and to confirm with a  local ranger station. Camping in designated sites also helps with protecting the land. When you create a new "camping spot" you are making an impact on the local environment. There is no need to create a new spot.

 It's not worth your social media post. Don't be selfish!!

Drown it out

Minimize your fire impact. Use a small camp stove for cooking and heating water. Always make sure to use designated rings for campfires. Always drown your fire until the embers are out. Fires can be devastating to local environments and to our planet. Always check for local fire restrictions. 

Tread lightly

Tread lightly and RESPECT your surroundings. Always obey posted trail signs.

Dispose of waste properly

Always dispose of your waste properly. Dig an 8 inch hole for human waste. Also make sure to pack out your toilet paper and wipes. It is essential to carry a wag bag (poop bag) and to double bag for comfort. You don't wanna smell your own poo!

We can make a difference!!

WITH THESE FEW SIMPLE STEPS, WE CAN PRESERVE AND CREATE ENDLESS ADVENTURES FOR ALL GENERATIONS TO COME.