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“Walking through woods and meadows: how, where, when and why”

The best way to protect the alpine natural environment is to promote the knowledge of it both in the media and by favouring visits to natural resorts. This has to be carried out in accordance with the rules and regulations protecting the mountain environment. Following are some recommendations for those who make this experience for the first time:

    Refer to maps and specialised literature describing the length and difficulty of the paths

    Make sure that paths are open and accessible

   Make sure your equipment and garments are adequate and appropriate to the path chosen

    Ask experts or residents for information on the weather (the weather changes rapidly in the mountains)

     Make provision for unexpected events, carry with you extra equipment and be ready for possible alternative trails i

   Inquire in advance whether huts and bivouacs are open

   Inquire about the timetables of  lifts

   Tell your hotel-keeper about the path you will follow

    In the case of difficult paths ask for the assistance of alpine guides

    Ask the local tourist office for illustrated publications describing the features in terms of flora and fauna of the mountain territory you will visit

 Do not risk altering the environment by getting off  the trails and stamping on flowers and herbs
Notify possible sources of danger and risk caused by  inadequate maintenance of the paths
Do not leave trace of your hike, bring back any litter and  anything which is not part of the natural environment
Inform foresters about any dangerous or polluting material you found on your hike
Note and notify the office responsible about possible inefficiencies or any  inadequate signals you found on your hike
Do have maximum respect for animals and plants, also for aggressive animals and poisonous  plants
    Share your comments/suggestions from the (very important) viewpoint of the user, with respect to the excursion made (you can send us a letter with your comments)
Avoid engine-driven means of transport, as far as possible: prefer collective means of transport, either public or private
Avoid using bikes on hikers’ paths
Avoid using radios or walkmans (use headsets)
Be careful not to eat berries and especially  mushrooms
Be careful not to cause landslides, stone-falls, fires

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Those who will adopt these very simple recommendations will, by so doing,  contribute to minimising problems to the alpine ecosystem.

For this  reason we thank them in advance