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Informative power point about backpacking.

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    • Backpacking for Beginners
    • “ Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit.”
    • Oregon has it ALL!
    • Backpacking Basics:
      • Bathroom and trail etiquette
      • Essential backpacking items
      • Basic safety rules to follow at ALL times!
    • Leave No Trace (LNT)
        1. Plan ahead and prepare 2. Travel and camp on durable surfaces 3. Leave what you find 4. Minimize campfire impacts 5. Respect wildlife 6. Be considerate of other travelers 7. Dispose of waste properly
      • http://www.lnt.org/programs/principles.php
    • 1. Plan Ahead and Prepare
      • Plan your meals to avoid excessive weight
      • Plan mileage
      • Trip plan! Have a list of all the things and check them off as you go.
    • 2. Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
      • Walk on designated trails
      • Try not to camp on vegetation (instead camp on moss or dirt)
    • 3. Leave What You Find
      • Leave the rocks and sticks for the critters – it is all a part of their home!
    • 4. Minimize Campfire Impacts
      • Have a fire in designated areas!
      • Make a fire ring/re-use others fire rings
      • Keep fires small and manageable
      • Put out the fire all the way and clean up!
    • 5. Respect the Wildlife
      • Observe creatures from a distance
      • Don't feed them! (They'll start to expect humans to feed them)
      • Hug a tree!
    • 6. Be Considerate of Other Hikers
      • Have fun on the trail but be aware of your noise level
      • Pick up after yourself
    • 7. Dispose of Waste Properly
      • PACK IT IN PACK IT OUT!
      • Wash your dishes, hair, whatever 200ft away from water
      • Biodegradable doesn't mean you can wash into a water sou rce
    • Pottying in the Woods 101
      • 200ft away from water (and trail if possible)
      • Dig a cathole 6-8in deep
      • Use natural TP- bury it
      • Use your own TP – pack it out!
      • Use a stick and swirl it!
      • Blend the evidence!
    • Safety First!
      • Prepare for your trips beforehand (take a class, do map and compass work)
      • Travel with a buddy!
      • Check out weather reports of the place you are traveling
      • Leave a detailed plan with someone you trust – give them a freak out time
    • Get Outside and Have Fun!
      • Remember the things you have learned today about:
      • Travel and bathroom etiquette
      • What to pack
      • Basic safety guidelines
      • AND GET OUTSIDE!