Everyone understands that a proper climb necessitates a proper snack. Fruit dishes, paper, and packaging are frequently left behind. If you’re wondering, “Where should I put it?” Then place the waste in the sack and transport it safely to the valley. You are thereby protecting the landscape, including all of its flowers, plants, and animals. After all, a few more grams in your bag provide a minor training benefit. Mr. Salty is a watchful mountain resident who is irritated when paper falls out unexpectedly. He understands that if rubbish is not left on the mountain, nature will be much more lovely and magical on your future visit.
For respect and protection of the habitat of wild animals and plants in the alpine region. This is what we live for.
To preserve the beauty of the alpine habitat and to protect it from harmful influences it is necessary to question one's own behavior again and again. Mr. Salty is a native mountain dweller who knows exactly what is necessary to preserve the special natural landscape. Nothing escapes him and he explains to ignorant or careless mountain visitors how they can ensure that following generations will also find enchanting landscapes.
With a little attentiveness, we can do a lot and ensure the preservation of our unique natural terrain. Respecting protected zones and grazing areas is necessary for humans and animals to coexist on the mountain. Respecting the defined pathways and closing the grazing gates helps to keep humans and animals in balance on the mountain pastures. Caution and friendliness towards one another are necessary to ensure that hikers and mountain bikers are safe on the mountain and that no one gets harmed. This doubles the beauty of the mountain experience.