Honor hiking etiquette on the trails

30th July, 2016 by

By Ross Leonhart

EAGLE COUNTY — With three wilderness areas surrounding the Vail Valley, there’s plenty of hikes to explore the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, and also plenty of people hitting the trails. Knowing proper hiking etiquette enhances the experience for everyone out wandering.“The big message is leave no trace,” said Nate Goldberg, director of the Beaver Creek Hiking Center, which offers guided hikes within an 80-mile radius. “Leave it like when you leave a campground — try to leave it better than when you found it.”Leave No Trace is a nonprofit organization in Boulder that encourages responsible recreation outdoors. Hikers are asked …

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