Leave No Trace

What does it mean to Leave No Trace?

 

Leave No Trace is the concept of leaving the least amount of environmental impact as possible, while enjoying the great outdoors. An even better practice is to leave the cliff cleaner than you found it! Follow the steps below to ensure that you leave a minimal

footprint on environmentally sensitive climbing areas,

ensuring that we can all enjoy them for decades to come.

  • PLAN & PREPARE

    Know regulations/special concerns of area. Prepare for weather and pack appropriate clothing, food, water, etc. 

  • REDUCE IMPACT

    Stay on Trails. Camp on existing and permitted sites. Travel in small groups. Place your boulder pad/climbing pack on a non-vegetated surface. 

  • DON'T BE A LITTER BUG

    Pack out your trash and pick up any trash you find. Learn where/where not to pee and how to properly bury poo outdoors. Read more 

  • LEAVE WHAT YOU FIND

    Don't damage rocks/trees/plants. These areas are highly sensitive will take years to regenerate if you destroy it. 

  • NEVER FEED ANIMALS

    Animals will become dependant on human food if you feed them. If they come to expect human food, then they will stop hunting/gathering/migrating. 

  • NO FIRE

    Unless in designated/permitted fire pit, we see this WAY too often, the consequences could be devastating. 

  • BE CONSIDERATE

    Be considerate of other user groups, climbers, the rock and environment. Don't play loud music or scream profanities. Travel in small groups and communicate/share with people around you.

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Leslie Timms

leslietimms@rogers.com 


Khrisna Nacua

khrisna.nacua@gmail.com

Andreanne Vallieres

andreanne.val@gmail.com

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