Hiking | do you know "leave no trace" principles?
“Leave no trace” (short form is LNT) is an international movement to protect the environments by teaching people how to enjoy it responsibly. Preserving the beauty of mother nature allows you and your future generations to enjoy the bliss of nature hiking sustainably.
Follow these 7 leave no trace principles to make sure you are a responsible hiker with the deepest respect for the environment:
Leave no trace principles #4: leave what you find intact
When you find beautiful flowers on the trail, only touch them with your eyes. The same goes for human constructions: preserve our heritage so that our children and our children’s children can enjoy the same landscape.
Leave no trace principles #7: be considerate to other users
You may not be alone when hiking. Be considerate to other hikers and make everyone’s walk more enjoyable by greeting them with a smile. Give way to hikers with a faster pace on trails.
Finally, enjoy the sounds of nature, and be mindful of keeping your volume down. Now you understand all these leave no trace principles, let’s practice on your next hiking trip.