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Content usage

All website content is Copyright © 2017  SanibelTrails.com. All rights reserved.

Maps, directions, images, and all content are for private, non-business use only. Reproduction or reuse is strictly prohibited, unless granted by written permission. 

SanibelTrails is a registered trademeark.

Accuracy

Maps and directions are provided for general reference purposes only. Every attempt is made to ensure the information is accurate and up-to-date. However, no representation is made nor warranty given as to their content or the reliability thereof. User assumes all risk of use, and all responsibility for any loss or delay resulting from such use.

We obtain data from a variety of sources. We cannot verify all data in all listings. No representation is made nor warranty given as to the content or the reliability thereof. User assumes all risk of use, and all responsibility for any loss or delay resulting from such use.

External Links

SanibelTrails.com is not responsible for the content or accuracy of any pages linked to or referenced from this website.  Links to external sites should not be considered endorsements of those sites or any of their content.

Affiliations

SanibelTrails.com is not affiliated with any governmental entities, and is not responsible for any aspect of trail management.  We are simply cyclists, runners, and software developers who wanted to build the ultimate web site for active visitors to Sanibel / Captiva Islands.

Dangerous Activity

Sanibel / Captiva is a far safer place to cycle, run, or hike than most other towns or cities.  But there are inherent dangers in these activities, and persons must undertake these activities with the proper attitude toward safety.  In particular, the following features of the Sanibel bike trails could be dangerous:
  • The trails cross streets, where vehicles travel in excess of 35 miles per hour.  Vehicles traveling at high speeds may approach more quickly than expected.
  • Swimming in the ocean can be dangerous due to ocean currents, marine animals, and the possibility of drowning.
  • Alligators reside on the islands and can be dangerous to humans.
A lack of proper attitude toward safety while using the trails and beaches could result in injury or death.  Extra care must be taken when traveling with children, particularly around the hazards listed above.

Cycling, running, and hiking are physical activities requiring exertion.  The strain of exercise may be intensified by Sanibel's hot, humid weather.  Do not attempt to use the trail if you are not in adequate physical condition.

Privacy Policy

We will never sell, rent, or in any way convey email addresses to any outside parties. If you join our mailing list, we will only use your address for the mailing list.

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