Hikers, bikers and horses jockey for position

It’s important to know who has the right of way

PROPER ETIQUETTE—Horseback riders hit the Cheeseboro Canyon Trail. Bicyclists and hikers must yield to horses. Acorn file photo

A jogger on Cheeseboro Canyon Trail comes around a curve and finds herself face-to-face with a cyclist. Someone has to make room, but who is supposed to yield?

In this case, the cyclist should move aside.

The National Park Service is embarking on an educational campaign to make sure bikers, hikers and equestrians who use the trails are aware of who gets the rig...

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