Outdoor Education

How not to get lost in the wild

  “Try not to get lost and enjoy the trail.”     When you go for a trek, hiking, camping, trail running, or any activity in the wilderness, you don’t want to find yourself lost out there specially on an  trail. Here are some tips that you can practice whether on solo or group trip.   1. Know the itinerary of the activity and make your game plan.   2. Get more information about the trail class and route.   3. If you are new to the trail, it [...]

Hiking and Camping Meal Planning

    When you are out there, it is necessary to refuel and nourish your body with food that will strengthen you, and sustain you with enough energy to complete your activity. Meal planning is one of the most important part of preparation before going out there. Here are some helpful tips in food planning and preparation. Know the itinerary of the activity. Identify what meal that will be covered during the activity, specially on a multi-day trip. For example if the activity [...]

Leave No Trace Principles and Best Practices

The Leave No Trace Seven Principles The Leave No Trace Seven Principles are the bedrock of the Leave No Trace program. They provide guidance to enjoy our natural world in a sustainable way that avoids human-created impacts. The principles have been adapted to they can be applied in your backyard or your backcountry. Note: click any of the headers below for a much deeper explanation on each principle. Plan Ahead and Prepare Know the regulations and special concerns for the area you’ll visit. Prepare [...]

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