Hiking into and through the reserve is possible, though visitors are asked to walk carefully so as not to disturb the plants. You are advised to take a compass and map-fog can roll in and quickly obscure landmarks. No ATV or snowmobile use is permitted.
Scientific research and educational programs are the main activities that take place in the reserve. For more information and research guidelines, see Science & Research.
Because of the vulnerability of the plants, camping, hunting, and trapping are not permitted, and building fires is prohibited.