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.
- 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:
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.