Respect other users, expect other users.
Be friendly and courteous.
Share the trail. Ride, walk or run on the right, pass on the left.
Stay on the trail. Creating your own trail or cutting switchbacks creates erosion, damages habitat and causes new trails which can't be maintained.
Need a few Good Reasons to Leash Your Dog?
Here They Are, provided by the American Dog Owners Association.
Leashes protect dogs from becoming lost and from regional hazards such as porcupines, mountain lions, bears, coyotes, snakes, other dogs and sick, injured, or rabid animals.
The Pikes Peak Humane Society will enforce leash laws rails on trails and in Open Spaces and Parks by ticketing the owners, when posted leash laws are abused.