I undertake to adopt the 5 good habits in the Quiétude Attitude programme

.n° 1 .

I find out about quiet areas and the applicable regulations.
Before you get started, locate the quiet areas  to plan your event and find out about the regulations on protected areas.

.n° 2 .

I stay on signposted routes within the quiet areas.
Wild animals become accustomed to the presence of humans and are then less disturbed. Quiet areas are necessary for wildlife survival, especially in winter and spring.
In the natural environment, I preferably follow signposted paths and tracks.

.n° 3 .

I respect nature’s silence
The most vulnerable species need peace and quiet to survive, humans need it to recharge their batteries.

.n° 4 .

I make sure that dogs stay on leads.
Dogs running loose can cause wild animals to flee and compromise the nesting of ground-breeding birds.
Warning! Dogs, even those kept on a lead, are not permitted in some protected areas.
In addition, in the forest from 15 April to 30 June, dogs must be kept on a lead when off the forest paths.

.n° 5 .

I prefer daytime activities.
At night, animals are used to peace and quiet, with no human activity around them. Dawn and dusk are the times that animals are most active in their search for food. When travelling, I prefer to spend the night in a refuge or in a lodge.
Warning! Camping and bivouacking are subject to regulations in certain protected areas.