We ❤ our local trails.

During the Recreational Trails Plan Update for the Rio Grande Trail, RFTA engaged our regional stakeholders and it was unanimous that a valley-wide/regional Trail Etiquette Campaign was needed. Valley wide trails have proven to be more and more popular, gaining trail users every day. Many of them connect our communities with endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, we would like to remind everybody of the ways that we can protect and respect our local trails.

Join us in the valley wide campaign to “Connect, Protect, and Respect”



🔶Participate and win prizes by following this campaign

🔶Join us during events and get certified to connect, protect and respect.

🔶Lead by example.

🔶Participate on social media and tell us how you connect, protect, respect by tagging us on social media on Instagram @riograndetrail or on Facebook by tagging RFTA Roaring Fork Transportation Authority

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* 1. What are the triangle yielding rules?

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* 2. What is the speed limit while on a multi-use, paved trail?

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* 3. On the Rio Grande Trail, which of these sections is off limit to ALL dogs?

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* 4. What should you do if you see wildlife on the trail?

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* 5. What kind of E Bikes are allowed on the lower RGT?

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* 6. How do you stay alert on the trail?

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* 7. How should you ride on the RGT?

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* 8. True or False - It is my responsibility to “know before you go” and obey all posted rules and regulations

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* 9. True or False-Dogs must be on a leash at ALL times while on the Rio Grande Trail

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* 10. True or False- It is a good idea to inspect all of your equipment BEFORE you leave the house and ALWAYS carry a repair kit.

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* 11. Contact Information (for prize pickups)

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