Colorado is home to some of the most breathtaking sites, scenes and outdoor recreation the country has to offer. Millions of travelers come from near and far to experience the unrivaled beauty of our state. With so many visitors enjoying our natural landscapes and resources, we kindly ask that you show these places the love and respect they deserve by being a responsible visitor.
- Bring along a reusable water bottle or tumbler to stay hydrated and contribute less waste while hiking, biking and adventuring
- Stay on the path. Trails are in designated places to ensure natural wonders stay as natural as possible. Make sure to camp at least 200 feet away from lakes, rivers and streams.
- Trash it. Make sure to properly dispose of trash and even food items, as well as pick up anything that may be there before you to maintain a great outdoor space.
Beat the Heat
- Be mindful of any fire restrictions or high fire warnings, especially in windy and dry seasons.
- If building a campfire, be sure it is small and manageable and make sure to put it out entirely.
- If you do smoke outdoors, be sure to put your butts out entirely and take them with you. Many roadside fires spark due to still burning butts.
Keep Wildlife Wild
- The state is home to an array of awesome plants and wildlife, please take care not to stray the path and destroy homes and plants.
- Do not feed or approach wildlife, you are in their home and we want to keep the best ecosystem possible. No matter how cool it looks in your feed, please think of them first.
- Pick up the dog poo and keep your furry friends leashed for their safety and yours.
Leave it as you find it for others to enjoy! There are a number of ways to help give back to our outdoor impressiveness, like these four opportunities courtesy of the Fremont Adventure Recreation.