Round Top to T-Hill Connector Trail 2022 Request for Proposal

Wyoming Pathways is seeking bids from qualified trail building companies for the Round Top to T-Hill Connector Trail near Thermopolis, Wyoming and Hot Springs State Park.  The RFP document can be downloaded here.  The deadline for submissions is 3pm MST on May 18, 2022.  The anticipated project start is May 22, 2022, dependent on receiptRead more

Groundbreaking Complete Streets Report Released!

We just received notice of an important new report on whether Complete Streets “attract people and jobs, change commuting patterns, and influence real estate values.” The report by Dr. Arthur C. Nelson, Professor of Urban Planning and Real Estate Development at the University of Arizona and his doctoral student, Robert Hibberd, answers the question inRead more

Fat Bike Worlds to be Held in Pinedale, January 15-17, 2021

Big news for Pinedale!  It was looking like the Fat Bike Worlds that were originally scheduled to be held in Crested Butte for January 22-24 were going to be cancelled, but Pinedale, WY stepped-up and they will now be held this weekend (January 15-17) in Pinedale!  Borealis Fat Bikes, HED and other great sponsors haveRead more

Why the Newly Introduced Active Transportation for Public Lands Act Will Be Good for Wyoming

Wyoming Pathways Executive Director Tim Young explains the potential benefits of the newly introduced Active Transportation for Public Lands Act legislation for Wyoming: On January 16th, 2020, Representative Jared Huffman introduced H.R.5642 Active Transportation for Public Lands Act, a bill to address the need for safe bicycling and walking paths on federal public lands. Wyoming Pathways applauds Rep. HuffmanRead more

Wyoming An Important Piece of The Great American Rail-Trail

Wyoming is set to play an important role in the continued development of the Great American Rail-Trail, a 3700+ mile multi-use path across America, completely separated from road traffic.  The Rail-Trail will connect over 125 existing trails and is currently around 52% complete.  With around 1700 miles remaining to be completed and connected, the RailsRead more

Executive Director Tim Young Attends National Bike Summit and Meets with Wyoming Delegation in D.C.

While Washington DC its a long way away, its our nation’s capital and extremely helpful to visit our Delegation and keep up on federal issues, opportunities and threats to biking, walking and trail programs in Wyoming.   In March, Brian Schilling, the Teton County Pathways Coordinator, and I attended the 18th annual National Bike SummitRead more

IMBA Interim Executive Director’s Post Mike Van Abel Departure Message to Members

This message from Dan Brillion, Interim Executive Director of IMBA, was sent out to IMBA members as a follow-up to the recent announcement of Mike Van Abel leaving the organization.  Wyoming Pathways will continue to follow this story and how IMBA moves forward with new leadership. Dear IMBA Member, With last week’s announcement of MikeRead more

Leadership Changes at IMBA – Mike Van Abel Steps Down

This message from Robert Winston, Chair, IMBA Board of Directors, was sent out to IMBA members recently.  Wyoming Pathways is sad to hear that Mike Van Abel is leaving IMBA and we will continue to follow this story and how IMBA moves forward with new leadership.  Dear IMBA Member, I am writing to inform youRead more