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Thanks for your interest in helping us preserve amazing outdoor spaces for future generations!

This page will be regularly updated with resources, tips, and ideas for helping spread the word that we can explore our world in a sustainable, ethical, and conservational way.

First thing is first, basic tips for ethical outdoor exploring:

Plan Ahead and Prepare

  • Educate Yourself and Do Your Part by respectfully educating others
  • Tell a friend about how great it is to explore smartly!
  • Travel Responsibly
  • - Leave What You Find
  • - Respect Wildlife
  • - Dispose of Waste Properly
  • - Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
  • - Avoid Sensitive Areas
  • Be Considerate of Other Visitors and Respect the Rights of Others

In Colorado, we Stay The Trail, and this organization does amazing work to help educate users on conservational exploring.

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Being responsible doesn’t mean being boring

Tread Lightly! keeps America’s outdoor recreation areas beautiful, healthy and accessible.

Leave No Trace expands beyond motorized travel, and has plenty of resources.

They provide research, education and initiatives so every person who ventures outside can protect and enjoy our world responsibly.

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Find a local club or organization that does trail clean up, and lend a hand.

Other great resources

Bureau of Land Management (BLM)

US Forest Service

National Park Service

If you're planning to spend a lot of time in the back country, we suggest education and training courses including.

  • 4WD Training from a certified I4WDTA trainer
  • Hug a Tree and Survive training for families with young children
  • Vehicle Based Survival Training for overland adventure enthusiasts and their families

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