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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Table Rocks

Trail Etiquette

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Please respect the Table Rocks' unique resources and be considerate of other people you encounter on the trail.

  • Treat all trail users with respect and courtesy regardless of their speed or skill level.
  • Anticipate other trail users around corners or in blind spots.
  • Downhill traffic yields to uphill traffic and faster users yield to slower users.
  • If you enjoy taking your time on the trail, move to the side to allow faster hikers and runners to pass you.
  • If you stop, find a safe place where you can pull off from the trail so you aren't blocking traffic in either direction.
  • If you're a fast hiker or runner, slow down when you encounter school groups to give them a chance to move aside.