A Multi-Use trail is a type of trail designed for different types of non-motorized recreational activities such as walking, running, hiking, cycling, horse riding, or skiing. The trail is typically wide enough to accommodate different types of users and is often paved or made of compacted gravel to ensure the smooth movement of any wheeled equipment. Multi-use trails are typically maintained to be as safe and environmentally friendly as possible, with many being designed to avoid sensitive habitats and habitats, to minimize damage to the natural environment.