Summer time is in full swing here in the Colorado Rocky Mountains which for many means it’s time to put on the hiking boots. Colorado has some of the most beautiful hiking trails and is famous for its number of 14ers – 53 to be exact. While more and more people are exploring the great outdoors, it’s important that we all understand and practice proper trail etiquette. Whether you’re an experienced hiker or new to the trails, The 10 Most Important Trail Etiquette Tips are guidelines to know and share with your fellow hikers. These tips include little things such as just being courteous to knowing who has the right of way to keep the flow going. From encountering bikers and livestock to leaving no trace, these are just a few things to keep in mind. Be sure to check out The 10 Most Important Trail Etiquette Tips before you head out on your next adventure. Most of all, have a good time. Enjoy the great outdoors and smile at that passing hiker or biker. A little trail courtesy goes a long way.
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