Summer Love for Lander Sinks Canyon and Laramie Pole Mountain Trails and What’s Next

This past summer was a busy one for Wyoming Pathways, as our focus shifted to trails.  Following on the heels of a successful Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit in Jackson in May, we began looking ahead to two major trail building and maintenance projects in Lander and Laramie. Known as the “Lander Sinks Canyon Brewer’s TrailRead more

A Great Event and Great New Trail In Lander

We had an awesome time this past weekend in Lander at the Jurassic Classic Mountain Bike Festival. Also, finally got to ride the new Upper Brewer’s Trail that Wyoming Pathways helped raise funds for and project manage. All I have to say about both the event and the new trail is WOW! The event wasRead more

Brewer’s Trail Extension Complete

It’s a wrap! The Brewer’s Trail Extension Project is complete and there is a sweet new section of trail in Sinks Canyon, near Lander. This past Saturday, our Executive Director, Tim Young did the final walkthrough of the new trail section with the USFS, the trail consultant, Adam Buck and Lander Cycling representatives. Reports areRead more

Trail Grants Secured! Pole Mountain and Lander Trails to Benefit

January brought great news for trail lovers in Lander and Laramie – two new natural surface trail grants have been awarded to Wyoming Pathways for partnership projects with the forest service and local communities. With matching funds and volunteers, the two projects will invest over $100,000 in Wyoming’s public trail systems. The Laramie Pole MountainRead more

A Great Time Had by All the Jurassic Classic

We had a great time meeting folks, riding sweet trails and generally having a good time at the Jurassic Classic MTB Festival in Lander this past weekend. Thanks to the organizers for allowing Pathways to participate in the event and thanks also to the sponsors and all of the volunteers for their efforts to putRead more

Finding a Life in Wyoming on a Bike and a Prayer

When bicycle tour leader, Judy Raymond’s cross-country group stopped at a bed and breakfast in Lamont, WY in 1993, she had no idea that her stay there would set into motion events that would change her life and lead to her becoming the answer to a Wyoming rancher’s prayer.  After hitting it off with theRead more

Jurassic Classic Mountain Bike Festival Coming to Lander this August

This coming August 24-26th, Wyoming mountain bikers and outdoor enthusiasts will be treated to the new Jurassic Classic Mountain Bike Festival in Lander, WY, hosted by Lander Cycling. Growing from the Jurassic Classic mountain bike race, the revamped event expands to also include live music, food, beer, bike demos, clinics, group rides and “ridiculous shenanigans”.Read more

Keep it Public, Wyoming! Sign the Petition…Attend the Rally

If you value public lands in Wyoming, it’s time to make your voice heard.  You can do that right now by visiting the Keep it Public, Wyoming website and signing the petition.  You can also support the effort right now by liking the Keep it Public, Wyoming Facebook page and sharing it to your friends.Read more

Positive Decision on Johnny Behind the Rocks BLM Mineral Withdrawl

We saw an important decision recently from the Fremont County Commission regarding the mineral withdrawal at Lander’s Johnny Behind the Rocks mountain biking area. The Fremont County Commission originally announced plans to protest the BLM’s planned mineral withdrawal at Lander’s Johnny Behind the Rocks mountain biking area entry a few weeks ago. Today the CommissionRead more

Wyoming Pathways Attends Wyoming Public Lands Initiative (WPLI) Workshop in Lander

The Wyoming County Commissioners Association (WCCA) held a one-day workshop for public lands stakeholders on Tuesday, January 26th in Lander, WY. The WCCA sought to get constructive engagement from stakeholders to help insure the success of the WPLI and Wyoming Pathways was happy to attend the event. Sending two representatives, Wyoming Pathways had the opportunityRead more