Share the Trail
- Respect all trail restrictions and use only trails open to your mode of transportation.
- Be considerate of others on the trail or path.
- When traveling on shared-use trails, continually watch for other types of trail-user activities.
- Slow down when sight lines are poor.
- Keep speeds low around other trail-users.
- Keep noise and dust down.
- Keep your ears open – turn down the volume on earbuds or air pods. Listening to headphones or earbuds on full-blast can make it difficult to hear and communicate with other trail-users. In some areas, it is illegal to operate vehicles or bikes with both ears covered.
- Keep pets under control. Some trails require dogs to be leashed. Be familiar with local rules.
- Yield the right-of-way to those passing you from behind or traveling uphill.
- Motorized vehicles yield to mountain bikers, runners, hikers, and horses.
- Mountain bikers yield to runners, hikers, and horses.
- Runners and hikers yield to horses.
At all times, comply with Leave No Trace principles. Bring a suitable trash bag and leave no trash or recyclables.