COMMUNITY PRESERVATION ASSOCIATION
The Community Preservation Association (the “CPA”) at Hideout Canyon is dedicated to maintaining and preserving non-motorized trails for the private use of CPA members and their guests. CPA trails consist of soft surface trails (both existing and planned) and paved pathways adjacent to Hideout Town roads.
TRAILS and PATHWAYS MAP
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CYCLISTS, HIKERS AND WALKERS
CPA trails are primarily designed for hikers and walkers. Acknowledging other trail users will create a welcoming atmosphere and keep trails user-friendly.
When approaching from ahead or behind, make your presence known to avoid surprises.
Cyclists yield to all other trail users.
Downhill traffic yields to uphill traffic, whether you are on a bike or on foot.
Leave No Trace – Be sensitive to trails and the surroundings. Wet and Muddy conditions leave lasting impacts and should be avoided. Carry out what you carry in.
Utilize Open Trails – Walk, hike or ride on designated, open trails only. Don’t cut switchbacks or take shortcuts off the trail. Please respect private property.
Trail Maintenance – CPA users are encouraged to participate in ongoing maintenance on the trails they use. This might include moving rocks and debris to the side of the trail and picking up trash you encounter along the way.
Plan Ahead – Bring adequate equipment, and supplies with you. The weather can change quickly in mountain environments. Give consideration to hot and cold conditions, as well as wet and windy. If you are unfamiliar with the terrain always carry a map.