Are you wondering what you need to poop outside? Here are the 6 Essentials you need to make a backpacking poop kit so you’re ready when nature calls!
Here are some ideas on how your can apply Leave No Trace principles in your everyday life for a more eco-friendly lifestyle.
Adventure like you give a damn and be sure to pack your Leave No Trace friendly gear during your next backpacking adventure!
Our crags need you. Our planet needs you.
Here are some small small steps you can take to be a more sustainable rock climber.
With outdoor sports like hiking, climbing, and backpacking becoming increasingly popular every year, it’s more important than ever to be mindful of how we’re effecting outdoor spaces.
The better we can adventure in alignment with the Leave No Trace 7 Principles, the better we can minimize our impacts and protect our precious outdoor spaces.
Let’s give back to the beautiful outdoors by packing out ALL of our trash and starting conversations with our friends to do the same.
To ensure long term sustainability for our public lands, packing out all toilet paper is a necessary practice so we can enjoy our wild spaces for generations to come.
Here are 5 reasons to start packing out your toilet paper instead of burying it!
Human influx on rock climbing areas have impacted the environment hard.
So much so that in some areas, climbing access has been completely denied by land managers not liking how their land has been treated and transformed over time as a popular climbing destination.
Access Fund has created The Climber’s Pact: 13 responsible and sensible commitments that climbers pledge to abide by in efforts to protect our climbing lands.
As outdoor lovers, sleeping bag slumber-ers, mountain addicts, and dirty girls that just want to play outside, we’re all familiar with embracing Leave No Trace Principles when we are out getting our wilderness fix. But what about when we travel? Let’s take a look at the Leave No Trace principles and explore how we can embrace them when traveling.