|Trail Type Codes||Descriptions of trail types|
|Trail Network Overview|
are subjective and can change due to construction etc.
Some trails are conditional road bike using some detours.
|Notes||Some trails may be
a mixture of surfaces from start to end.
I will try to separate codes in those cases. Sometimes street alternatives exist.
|R||Road Bike||Concrete/Asphalt surfaces|
|F||Fat Tire||Dirt sections not too rough/rocky or steep - Suspension not required.|
|M||Mountain Bike||Dirt sections may be rocky, rough and steep - at least front suspension very helpful|
|E||Equestian||Horses may share or cross path in places|
|C||Closures||Trail may have seasonal closures for habitat|
|X||Break in Trail||Trail currently has a break in it as indicated.|
|p||Multi-Use Paths||Multi-Use Paths (Pedestrian/Bicycle)|
|b||Bike Lanes||Marked bike lanes|
|w||Wide shoulders||Wide shoulders - bigger buffer zone|
|n||Narrow shoulders||Narrow shoulders - may dissappear in some places|
|r||Residential Streets||Residential streets - less traffic|
|l||Light Use streets||Light Industrial or other lighter use city streets|
|x||Busy Streets||Busy street use - Extra caution required|
|d||Dirt / crushers||Dirt sections should drain quickly after rain/snow|
|m||Mud||Dirt sections may be muddy / don't drain quickly|
|s||Single Track||Single Track - trail may get very narrow!|
||Hikers and horses may share these trails with you.|
|Please be courteous and friendly.|
|Horses can be nervous around bicycles, dismount if possible.|
|Regional trails often have posted speed limits that must be observed.|
|Riders going uphill have right of way - keep speed under control especially on corners.|
|Trails may also have gates that need to be closed behind you to keep livestock from straying.|
|You can be ticketed/fined for not observing trail regulations.|