other users, expect other users.
- Be friendly and courteous.
- Share the trail. Ride, walk or run on
the right, pass on the left.
- Stay on the trail. Creating your own trail or cutting switchbacks creates erosion, damages habitat and causes new trails which can't be maintained.
- Bicyclists yield to equestrians, runners and hikers.
- Keep your bike under control and at a safe speed.
- Runners and hikers yield to equestrians.
- Downhill traffic should yield to uphill traffic. When in
doubt, give the other user the right of way.
- Use unpaved trails only when they are dry, not
muddy or wet, to avoid leaving ruts or prints.
- Warn people when you are planning to pass. Use
your voice to warn equestrians, not bells or horns.
- Bells or horns may frighten horses.
- Anticipate other trail users around corners and blind
- Ride within your ability at all times.
- Use caution
You may not
be able to
trying to warn
- When a horse
approaches, move off the trail.
- Leave no trace.
- Pack out your litter.
- Dogs should be kept on leashes and under control.
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