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As our open spaces get more crowded with travelers, the principles of Leave No Trace are more important that ever. If you’ve never heard the phrase before, don’t worry. It’s a pretty easy concept. Basically, it means we should take it easy on Mother Nature and try to leave it in the same shape or better than we found it.
The Leave No Trace principles are also really easy to teach to kids. So, here’s a quick rundown of the 7 principles to keep in mind for your next outdoor adventure.
In popular areas:
In pristine areas:
Get ideas and tips for your next outdoor family adventure here. Learn about everything from planning your next family ski vacation, your first camping trip, or even your first off-roading trip with family here: https://wilderdad.com/adventures/
Steve Lemig is the founder of Wilderdad. He's been a lot of things over the years. Skateboarder. Mountain biker. Climber. Snowboarder. Bike mechanic. Forest firefighter. Woodworker. Creative director. These days he's a runner, writer, husband, and father. He writes stories to empower dads and encourage them to share outdoor adventures with their kids as a tool to strengthen families and build respect for the environment. He has also been the Communications Director at Road Runner Sports for the last 13 years.