Donate Now Trail Etiquette and Allowed Uses

Posted on June 13, 2019

Allowed uses include:

  • Active transportation: Non-motorized modes of transportation including walking, cycling, roller blading, skateboards, push scooters and other human-powered devices.
  • Mobility assistance devices: Mobility assistance devices include motorized wheelchairs and electric scooters.
  • Electric bicycles: Electricity powered electronic bicycles or motor-assisted cycles, in accordance with the BC Motor Assisted Cycle Regulation, are allowed. If your bicycle has a gas engine attached it is not allowed.
  • Dogs: Dogs are welcome on-leash along the trail. Owners are reminded to pick-up after their dog.

Not permitted:

  • Overnight camping and open fires
  • Unauthorized motorized-vehicle use (including golf carts and off-road vehicles such as all-terrain vehicles, and snowmobiles)
  • Horseback riding


  • Share the trail with other users
  • Stay on the trail
  • Deposit garbage into the waste bins

Check out these great videos for more etiquette tips:

Global News (Okanagan):

Etiquette Tips From Rails to Trails Conservancy:

1. Use Safe Speeds

2. Keep Right/Pass Left

3. Standing Still? Stand Aside

4. Mind Your Pets

5. Be Alert

6. Know and Follow the Rules


Parking is limited at some access points, and residents and visitors are encouraged to use active transportation to get to the corridor's access points.