trekkin gecko wrote:. i've thrown a few apple cores in the bushes in the past
Grasshopper wrote:I read that entire LNT ethics article and then voted "Yes" (yes not because I haven't tossed an apple core in the past, but because I felt that anyone who abides by ~90% of this article's requirements can say they practice acceptable LNT ethics.. I consider apple cores (not banana & orange rinds) and off-trail hiking where it is legal to be part of the acceptable 10%).
kevinweitzel75 wrote:When I go off trail, I try to use rocks and try no to tear up the ground to much.
chumley wrote:How old do drawings on a beautiful canyon wall need to be before they're a worthy destination, and not a disgusting scar?
chumley wrote:I answered no as well. But with similar answers that others have replied.
What's sort of funny is that one of the "treasures" that many seek to find on their explorations are the exact opposite of LNT, in fact some might call it graffiti. Others call them petroglyphs.
How old do drawings on a beautiful canyon wall need to be before they're a worthy destination, and not a disgusting scar?
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