Leave No Trace Canada is ready to work with our tourism industry partners on initiatives that promote best practices for sustainable outdoor recreation among visitors to popular destinations.  Visitors from outside and within Canada are having a large impact on our natural areas – applying the Leave No Trace Principles brings relevant messaging to how we can have a positive impact on our natural environments.

We have many partners active in and concerned with the conservation and preservation of our green spaces across Canada. Municipal & regional organizations, as well as national groups such as the Trans Canada Trail are looking for new ways to reach out to their stakeholders and visitors with positive, impactful messaging that can help to reduce user impact, especially on those destinations experiencing high volumes of visitors.

For example, we can customize and expand on the Seven Principles to match the needs of high impact destinations – contributing to an effective campaign with quantifiable outcomes.

If your organization is interested in looking at the possibilities for a Leave No Trace campaign, let’s have a discussion.  We would be pleased to review Leave No Trace options, custom-tailored to your destination objectives. It all starts with a conversation!


Photo: Tourism Chilliwack



Some of our tourism partners:

  • Aventure Ecotourism Quebec
  • Fraser Valley Group
  • National Capital Commission
  • New Brunswick Parks
  • The East Coast Trail
  • Tourism Chilliwack
  • BC Parks
  • Tourisme Durable Québec
  • Murphy’s Camping on the Ocean (NS)
  • Prince Edward County Tourism (ON)


  • Tourism Fernie Society
  • Tourism Sept-Isles
  • 4VI (Tourism Vancouver Island)
  • Trans Canada Trail
  • Wilderness Tourism Association of the Yukon
  • Yukon Tourism Industry Operators Association
  • Tourism Revelstoke
  • Parks Nova Scotia
  • Association des parks regionaux du Quebec