Whether you are a recreational outdoor enthusiast or an everyday commuter, explore all that Aurora's trail system has to offer.
Aurora's off-street trails are multi-use, meaning they are meant to be enjoyed by everyone.
Trail users should adhere to trail etiquette:
Travel at a safe speed: Self-monitor and control your speed. Slow down and use caution when approaching or overtaking other trail users and where there is limited vision. Faster users always yield to slower users.
Yield the right-of-way: Bicyclists and other wheeled users yield the right-of-way to pedestrians. All users yield the right-of-way to horses. When entering or crossing a trail at an uncontrolled point, yield to traffic on the intersecting trail.
Keep right and pass on left: Users, including pets, should stay as near to the right side as is safe, except when passing another user. Look ahead and behind to make sure the area is clear before passing. Give a clear and polite signal produced by voice, bell, or horn before passing.
Share the trail: If in a group, including your pets, use no more than half the trail. If you stop, move off the trail to allow others to pass freely. Do not block the trail.
Be considerate: Be respectful of other trail users regardless of their speed, level of skill, or mode. Travel in a consistent and predictable manner.
Keep trails clean: Do not leave litter on or near a trail. Practice carry in - carry out.
Pet courtesy: Keep pets on a leash and under control. Clean up your pet's waste.
Respect wildlife and habitat: Stay on authorized trails and do not create any new ones. Do not disturb or harass wildlife. Do not damage or remove plant material.
Help Write the History for the High Line Canal's Next Century!
The Canal is in a time of transition and the High Line Canal Conservancy has launched a comprehensive public outreach and vision planning phase, called Adventure on the High Line Canal: Charting our Course for the Next Century.
Find out more here: highlinecanal.org/community.