Princeton University Outdoor Action Program
Guide to Outdoor Resources on the Web

This collection of pages continues to grow and all sources have not been visited so the URL's may not be accurate. In some cases there may be references to commercial operations on the Internet. No endorsement from either the Outdoor Action Program or Princeton University should be inferred or implied. The external pages referenced here are not maintained by the Outdoor Action Program at Princeton University. Princeton University assumes no responsibility for the contents of pages referenced below and assumes no liability for any individual's use of or reliance upon any material contained or referenced herein.

The Outdoor Action Pages are designed first as a resource to the Princeton University community which reflects the focus on U.S. sites, and secondly to the Internet community which is international in scope.

Navigation


Local Index


General & Miscellaneous Outdoor


Backpacking & Hiking


Biking


Caving


Climbing & Mountaineering


Outdoor Equipment


First Aid & Safety Information

- also see Travel below


Geology & Maps


Government Agencies


Leave No Trace - minimal impact camping information

Outdoor Action is pleased to be able to provide the latest state-of-the-art information on Minimal Impact Camping through the Leave No Trace Page, part of the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) Web Pages. The mission of the Leave No Trace program is to create a nationally recognized educational system that promotes land stewardship, minimum-impact skills, and wilderness ethics.


Natural History & Environment


Magazines & Publications


Paddling - Canoeing, Kayaking, Rafting


Parks and Places to Go


Skiing - Backcountry, Cross-country Skiing, Ski Mountaineering, Telemark


Ski Reports & Area Information


Travel


Weather

The information provided here is designed for educational use only and is not a substitute for specific training or experience. Princeton University and the author assume no liability for any individual's use of or reliance upon any material contained or referenced herein. When going into the outdoors it is your responsibility to have the proper knowledge, experience, and equipment to travel safely. The material contained in this workshop may not be the most current. Copyright 1995 Rick Curtis, Outdoor Action Program, Princeton University.

This article is written by Rick Curtis, Director, Outdoor Action Program. This material may be freely distributed for nonprofit educational use. However, if included in publications, written or electronic, attributions must be made to the author. Commercial use of this material is prohibited without express written permission from the author. Copyright 1995 Rick Curtis, Outdoor Action Program, Princeton University.