11 Steps to More Rewarding and Eco-Conscious Adventures

11 Steps to More Rewarding and Eco-Conscious Adventures

Useful eco-travel tips from 'Cool of the Wild'

Posted on 08.01.2020

A new article from Cool of the Wild on how to be a more eco-conscious adventurer …

Most of us know walking on the greener side of life is the right thing to do but sometimes the changes it requires aren’t so easy to follow. Don’t do this, cut down on that, completely avoid those. It can be a whole lot to think about. When you’re on the trail or on a well-deserved break from work, you don’t want to be thinking of things you shouldn’t be doing, right?

What if these steps to sustainability actually added to the adventure and made it more rewarding? It can be done! The tips below will help make your journeys more memorable, save you a bunch of cash and help protect the beautiful areas you’re exploring.


01: Pick the perfect location

Whether it’s your style to set off on a whim into the wilderness or plan for months ahead, it can all be done in a sustainable way by picking the perfect location, trail or activity.

Stand out from the crowd and choose an alternative destination that won’t be swarming with fellow wanderers. You’ll experience something fresh and new without all the preconceived expectations and photos to compare it with.

Think about the best time to go. Maybe you do want to visit a more popular location? Going during the shoulder seasons will help you beat the crowds and will likely save you some money too.

Another aspect to consider when planning is your impact on nature. Are there animals nesting, mating or migrating seasons that could make camping difficult, or pollinating periods for plants that could cause allergies? And what about energy or water shortages in less developed areas during high-season? …

Click to read the tips in the original article


Josh and Sarah Veggie Vagabonds
Cool of the Wild





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