Have a mask ready to go so that you can put it on if you have to pass near people. I found that 95% of the time I spent in the parks there wasn't another person in sight, but that other 5% of time when you had to pass by another person can feel much safer by just putting your mask on for the 30 seconds. It minimizes exposure, but it also minimizes the aggravation of wearing a mask during your entire hike.
Having a small bottle handy can help when entering visitor centers for information or when touching railings that are highly trafficked.
Call ahead to the park and see what times are less visited. In general, going earlier in the day tends to have less traffic as well.
Don't forget to plan ahead for the weather! Hot days or rainy days can ruin an otherwise perfectly planned adventure!
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