Trail etiquette should be a major part of any trail users experience.
Trail etiquette can be described as the polite way to use trails. When traveling multi-use trails, you may encounter many different forms of trail use, such as hikers, bikers, horse back riders, snowmobilers, etc. Therefore the user must adjust to different regulations.
Basically, you must follow the same rules as on the road: stay on the right, pass on the left, don’t have your group hog the width of the trail and call out or ring your bell before passing so those ahead have fair warning.