World class biking, hiking and running!
Well-built trails are designed to preserve the land and protect it from erosion.
- Stay on Established Trails
Short-cutting or going cross-country damages the delicate landscape.
Foot and bike traffic on muddy trails cause irreversible damage to the trail.
- Avoid Using Trails in Muddy and Wet Conditions
Going off-trail when conditions are muddy leads to greater erosion.
It’s the law!
Not all trail-users appreciate your pet like you do.
Noxious weeds often hitch rides on your pet's fur.
Pet waste spreads disease.
Downhills users yield to uphill users.
- Be Courteous and Share the Trails
Cyclists yield to hikers.
Let fellow trail users know you’re coming - a friendly “hello” is nice.
Take your trash with you!
- Pack it in - Pack it out!
Practice Leave No Trace principles.