We stopped first in the Collingwood BIA for lunch, where McDonald's provided us sustenance and public washroom facilities (limited to single file entry). My initial intention had been to check out Gibson & Co., a local coffee shop, at our time of departure, however we ended up quite behind schedule and were unable to return before their slate closing time.
Nearly all access points were limited to one-way entry, including the ticket booth at the entrance. Masks or face coverings had been made mandatory for all entering the premises, however staff had explained them to be "optional". And given the layout of the outdoor facility, its noncompulsory status made sense.
Signage had been implemented throughout the site, with certain areas roped off for distinct designation of the appropriate path.
As with many situations, being vigilant is crucial. Dramatic changes in elevation and the occasional protruding stone are quick to pounce on careless hikers.
Where attendants were present, sanitizers also reared their heads. Garbage bins had also been placed sparingly about to reduce littering.