NRS 432A.500
Limitations for hiking

  • duties of field staff
  • instruction concerning environment
  • maintenance of daily log, itinerary and map.


A field administrator shall ensure that each group of clients does not hike beyond the physical limitations of the weakest member of the group. If the outdoor temperature is greater than 90 degrees Fahrenheit, clients must not be allowed to hike between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.


The field staff shall:


Provide clients with daily instruction upon:


Federal, state and local laws and regulations for the protection of the environment; and


Conducting themselves in such a manner as not to have an adverse effect on the environment.


Maintain a common daily log of all accidents, motor vehicle crashes, injuries, administrations of medication, behavioral problems and any unusual incidents that occur. The log must be in bound form, except that a log may be recorded electronically while on an expedition if it is transcribed into a bound volume immediately after the expedition. All entries must be in permanent ink and signed by the entrant. A provider or field administrator shall, upon request, allow any authorized member or employee of the Division to inspect the log, and shall not allow any person to alter or destroy the log or any of its entries.


While on an expedition, carry an itinerary of the expedition, including the intended schedule, and a map of the route for the expedition.

Source: Section 432A.500 — Limitations for hiking; duties of field staff; instruction concerning environment; maintenance of daily log, itinerary and map., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-432A.­html#NRS432ASec500.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

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