COVID-19 Update: While mountain biking adventures in British Columbia beckon, now is not the time to travel outside of your community. Enjoy the outdoors, but stay close to home and follow the latest health recommendations.
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After being cooped up for so long many are turning to trails to get a healthy dose of fresh air and exercise.  As a result, the trails are busy!  Here are a few tips to help keep you and other trail users safe during the COVID 19 pandemic.

  • Stay local and avoid crowded parks and trails
  • Plan to ride during less busy times
  • Don’t linger and avoid gathering in groups
  • Bike solo or only with members of your household
  • Keep at least 2 metres (6 feet) from others when not riding
  • Allow at least 10 metres (30 feet) of space when following another rider and provide at least 2 metres (6 feet) of space when passing another rider
  • When taking breaks, move well off the trail
  • Practice low-risk riding
  • Wash or sanitize hands after touching communal surfaces like gates or garbage bins
  • Stay home if you are feeling sick, especially if you are coughing or experiencing a fever
  • Stay informed and respect trail closures when posted

Please act responsibly when using the trails and support your local trail association by purchasing a membership or by making a donation.

Thank you and stay healthy!