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Leave No Trace - Bush Walking

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Sinead Stone

on 22 September 2012

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Transcript of Leave No Trace - Bush Walking

Bush Walking Leave No Trace • Know the regulations for and special concerns of the area you’ll walk.
• Seek permitting if necessary.
• Schedule your trip for off peak times.
• Prepare for extreme isolation, weather hazards and emergencies.
• Carry and know how to use a map, a compass and/or GPS.
• Take plenty of food and drinking water.
• Repackage food to minimize waste, take some rubbish bags.
• Have appropriate emergency equipment. (Sat. phone, EPIRB, First Aid Kit, flares etc.) Plan Ahead and Prepare 1. Be considerate of Your Hosts and Others ~Learn about the cultural history of the land. Recognize, acknowledge and respect local knowledge.
~Respect the wishes and regulations of all Hosts. (Eg. Indigenous, pastoral, land managers and locals)
~Stick to their previously marked paths and trails
~Do not abuse their equipment you may have borrowed Plan Ahead & Prepare ~ Know the regulations for and special concerns of the area you’ll walk.
~Seek permitting if necessary.
Schedule your trip for off peak times.
• Prepare for extreme isolation, weather hazards and emergencies.
• Carry and know how to use a map, a compass and/or GPS.
• Take plenty of food and drinking water.
• Repackage food to minimise waste, take some rubbish bags.
• Have appropriate emergency equipment. (Sat. phone, EPIRB, First Aid Kit, flares etc.) Travel on durable surfaces -Use already marked pathways
- Try not to stand on plants, flowers and trees
- Pick up all rubbish (Don't litter)
- Do not use any motor vehicles through
the bush where people walk Dispose waste
Do not leave litter around
If you need the toilet dig a trench and cover after
Do not leave toilet paper around to fly away
Leave what you find
- Do not collect any environment souvenirs
- Don't touch animals
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