- Be Courteous to Others - Trails are for the enjoyment of all visitors. Please be courteous and respectful when encountering fellow trail users.
- Stay on Established Trails - Well-built trails are designed to protect the land from erosion and promote sustainability. When users cut their own trails they promote degradation of the fragile landscape and wildlife habitat.
- Obey Gate Closures,Regulatory Signs and Respect Private Property
- Share the Trail
- Keep to the right and allow faster users to pass on the left
- Announce yourself when approaching from behind and passing on the left
- Cyclist Must Yield to Hikers
- All Users Must Yield to Horses - When a horse approaches, announce yourself and move off the trail and ask the rider for instructions
- Dogs Must Be Kept on a Leash
- Owners Must Clean-up After Dogs - Look for disposal bags and trash cans at trailheads. Dog excrement spreads disease to other dogs and pollutes groundwater
- Pack it Out- Take your trash with you when you leave
Plan Ahead Know your limits and abilities, carry gear for changing weather conditions