2021 Togwotee Pass Continental Divide Trail Project Underway

Wyoming Pathways Executive Director Tim Young went out this past Friday, July 16th, to walk the CDT trail with Shoshone National Forest South Zone Trails Coordinator Chris Sellars and Ron Murray to pin-flag the last section of the trail to be built on the south side of Sublette Pass. Tim reported that the trail is looking good, did well over the winter and that the current building plan is set with Chris Sellars and the Forest Service.

Word was that the CAT mini-excavator was going to be delivered later that day and a crew of 4 was going to be starting work this morning, We are very excited to see this project get moving and look forward to a fully complete Togwotee Pass Continental Divide Trail Project by the end of the summer.

On a side note, if you are not already aware of it, this is Grizzly Bear country and on his way back from the project site, at Togwotee Pass, Tim saw the locally famous Grizzly Bear Felicia and her cubs playing just off the highway. So remember, if you want to go check this trail out, be sure to bring your bear spray!