If you’ve ever been on a really busy trail, you know it can be tricky to navigate past the strollers, tour groups, plugged-in music listeners, bicyclists and many other trail users of varying ages and abilities. That’s why you should always keep right and pass left—because even if your “On your left!” or kindly bell chime goes unnoticed (or if you’re the one who misses the notice), you’ll still be following the correct flow of trail traffic. When passing fellow trail users, do your best to give them advanced warning and plenty of space to avoid any surprises or accidents.
Watch a short 30 second video here.
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