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  • Be Courteous—All path users should be respectful of other users regardless of their mode of travel, speed, or skill level.

  • Keep the Path Clear—Use no more than one-half of the path when in a group. Move off of the path if you are stopped.

  • Be Predictable—Travel in a consistent manner. Look behind you before changing position on the path.

  • Keep Right—Stay to the right side on the path except when passing. Move back or to the right once safely past.

  • Signal When Passing—Give a clear warning signal by voice, bell, or horn before you pass.

  • Yield to Slower Traffic—Cyclists yield to pedestrians. “Wheels yield to Heels.”

  • Respect Private Property—Stay on designated paths or roadways. Avoid shortcutting switchbacks.

  • Respect the ‘Aina & the Park—Keep litter in trash receptacles.

  • Handler must be in control of dog at all times; if dog becomes aggressive, handler must immediately escort dog off path premises

  • Maximum of two dogs per handler

  • All dogs must have ID tags

  • Maximum leash length 6 ft (No extendable leashes allowed)

  • Handler must carry poop bags and remove and dispose of dog’s feces

  • Dogs may be on the paved portion of the path plus six feet on either side; in comfort, picnic pavilions, and rest stations; and led directly from trailhead parking facilities to the path

  • Dogs are NOT ALLOWED on the section of the path in Lydgate Park paralleling the beach and Nalu Drive up to the swimming ponds.

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Please follow these guidelines to create an enjoyable and safe experience for everyone along the path

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