A basic etiquette rule is wheels yield to heels! Keep this in mind when approaching other trail users bicyclists yield to all other users.
Rules of the trail: guidelines for multi-use non-motorized trails and paths
Keep right ride/skate/walk as far to the right as practical, except when passing another user going your direction (pass on the left). Control your speed, slow down and use caution when approaching or overtaking other trails or pathways users.
Be predictable travel in a consistent and predictable manner. always look behind before changing positions on the trail or path.
Don't block the trail or path ride/skate/walk single file when other users are present. use no more than half the trail or path so as not to block the flow of other users. when stopping, move off the trail or path.
Obey traffic signs and signals Use extra caution where trail or path crosses streets,
driveways, or other trails and paths.
Be courteous Before passing, be courteous and announce your intentions by saying "passing on your left" or ringing a bell. All users, including bicyclists, joggers, walkers, wheelchairs, skateboarders, bladers and skaters, should be respectful of other users regardless of their mode, speed, or skill level.
Be respectful of private property Trails and paths are open to the public, but often the adjacent land is private property. Please respect all property rights.
As a hiker, you are responsible for your own actions, and as a dog owner, you
have an added responsibility: your dog's actions
Tip #1: Poop and scoop
most dog owners observe the "poop and scoop" rule, but inevitably you come across a little something that someone else has left behind. Why not pick it up?
Tip #2: Be considerate
be aware of where you are and what rules pertain to dogs. If you happen to meet
someone without a dog walking along the trail, use common sense.
Tip #3: Use a leash. Please use a leash while you are out on the trails.
Snowmobilers and equestrian users please observe local and state trail
guidelines and rules.