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The Jackass’ Guide to Trail Running Etiquette

I’m not usually one for rules or norms, and I’m certainly not one to tell you that you need to do something a certain way.

After all, trail running is all about freedom.

The freedom to run through the woods, wear whatever the heck you want, and refuel with whichever drink you so desire.

At the same time, I’m a big on treating people and nature with the respect they deserve.

And when it comes to respect, a little trail running etiquette can go a long way.

I know, I know…it’s a sport! With any competition comes rivalry and inherent selfishness. And yeah, I also know that road running etiquette is a little different.

That’s the reason I feel the need to write this post. Not because of a sudden increase in trail running mischief, but as a gentle reminder that we’re all in this together.

Here’s the thing, when you’re running on remote trails, etiquette is not only a good way to keep the community happy, it’s important for the safety and sustainability of your fellow runners and trails.

Not sure if you’re being a good trail runner? Don’t worry. Below I’ve listed out the complete guide to trail running etiquette.

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