These are general trail rules and etiquette; please obey all rules for the trails you may be using.
- Trails are for non-motorized use only.
- Helmets are always recommended, but required by law for riders 12 years and younger. When cycling on share-the-road sections, obey the same laws as motor vehicles.
- Trail users should stay to the right side of the trail and pass to the left side of the trail. When passing, slow down and ring a bell or call out to alert the other person you are passing.
- Do not block the trail. Groups should be in single file when other trail users are present, and should never use more than one-half of the trail for the flow of traffic.
- Respect public and private property. Multi-purpose trails are generally 8-10 feet wide and are clearly visible.
- Cell phone service is available throughout the region, however, please note service varies per carrier and the area a person is in. Access to bathroom facilities and drinking water is limited along the rails in the region.
- Park in designated areas only.
- Maintenance issues should be reported to the specific trail owner/manager.
Leave No Trace:
- Littering along trails is prohibited.
- If you pack it in, pack it out.
- Do not break off tree limbs, pick, or damage plants growing along the trail.
- Do not damage or take any piece or part of historic artifacts.
- Take only pictures; leave only tracks. Please stay on the trail.
- For all emergencies, call 911.