In the event of rain, please check this page or www.trailhub.org to check trail conditions before going riding.
To help keep each other safe and the trails open, we ask that you follow the guidelines presented below and at vmba.org/covid-19-trails-you/. As we continue our efforts to protect each other until COVID-19 is under control, trail etiquette is more important than ever. Thank you!
- Know Before You Go – Observe trail closures by checking trail conditions before you go.
- Keep Your Distance & Slow the Spread – While on trail, maintain social distancing of at least two bike lengths. Keep a buff and gloves on you for any kind of interaction with other riders including potentially helping another rider that needs your assistance. Please observe all CDC Guidelines.
- Party of One – Ride solo or in small groups limited to your household.
- Ride Local – Stay close to home as much as possible. Either ride your bike to the trail or stay within your immediate community.
- Go With the Flow – Carefully observe trail directions. This helps riders minimize interaction with other trail users. If you do pass another rider, announce your presence, give the other rider time to adjust, and pass with distance. Please be patient with each other.
- Ride-N-Go – Please do not congregate in the parking lot before/after rides or at intersections/transitioning areas on trails.
- Lower the Gnar – Ride well within your limits to help avoid injury.
- Beat the Peak – Some parking areas may be limited. If a parking area is full, find another nearby network to ride or come back later. If possible, do your best to try to ride outside of peak times.
- No Sharing – Do not share bikes, tools, gloves, helmets, etc.
If you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com.
Hinesburg Town Forest