- Stay hydrated before, during, and after your time on the Trail.
- Wear plenty of sunscreen and a hat. Bug spray is a good idea too.
- Moderate your time on the Trail. That 3.5 mile run is harder on your body now that temperatures have soared.
- If you are feeling over heated, run-down, or dizzy; take a time-out in the shade with some water.
- Consuming alcohol, caffeine and sugary drinks can leave you dehydrated. Limit your intake 24 hours before prolonged activity in sun.
- Avoid too much sun - sunburns reduce your body's ability to dissipate heat.
- Be a good steward on the Trail. If you see someone struggling or acting out of sorts, please offer assistance.
- And as always, in case of emergency please call 911 and direct them to the nearest Trail mile marker.
You may have also noticed our signs along the Trail for our four legged Trail users. Dogs get hotter much faster than we do and their bodies aren’t able to cool down as quickly as ours. They don’t wear running shoes either so if the path is hot to the touch, it’s too hot for your dog. Dogs can't tell you when they are hot so please use caution when exercising your pet!