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 isRead more

Pole Mountain Trail Project 2021- Aspen & Haunted Forest Trail Updates Request for Proposal

Wyoming Pathways is seeking bids from qualified trail building companies for the Pole Mountain Trail Project 2021- Aspen & Haunted Forest Trail Updates.  The RFP document can be downloaded here.  The deadline for submissions is 5pm MST on July 21, 2021.  The anticipated project start is August 1, 2021 or as agreed to by bothRead more

Lander ADA and Active Transportation Improvements Press Release

June 8, 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Asphalt paving operations have started north of Lander on the $6.89 million Lander concrete rehabilitation project/US287 pavement overlay project. Wyoming Department of Transportation resident engineer Erik Smith said the pavement overlay begins just north of US287’s intersection with Blue Sky Highway (WY132) and continues past Fort Washakie. “We appreciateRead more

Lander Active Transportation Updates Keep Rolling

WYDOT’s Local Government Office, along with City of Lander’s Assistant Mayor, Rajean Strube Fossen and school officials visited the site of some of the new curb ramps that are being installed along Lander’s Main Street (US 287 ) as part of the WYDOT District 5 project (see photos below).  The group toured Lander’s proposed FY2022Read more

Wyoming Pathways Receives Wyoming Community Foundation Grant

We are pleased to announce that once again, the Wyoming Community Foundation (WYCF – https://wycf.org/) has provided Wyoming Pathways with a much needed general support grant. Getting this type of support from such a great organization makes up proud and inspires us to do even more to help make Wyoming better, safer and healthier placesRead more

Pole Mountain Gateways Planning Project Meeting 2

We want to remind everyone that is interested in how the trail system at Pole Mountain will be managed going forward that the next (virtual) public meeting for the Pole Mountain Gateways Project will be held next Thursday, March 4th from 5:30pm to 7pm. You can register in advance to attend this meeting by followingRead more

Pole Mountain Gateways Planning Project Underway

We want to remind you that the first Pole Mountain Gateways informational webinar is scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, January 28th at 5:30pm and urge you to sign up: https://pole-mountain-gateways.wygisc.org/pages/pole-mountain-volunteer-opportunities. This is the first step in engaging the public in a comprehensive planning process for non-motorized trails on the 50,000 acre Pole Mountain Unit, located betweenRead 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

2020 Pole Mountain Trail Project Update

Update: The 2020 Pole Mountain Trail Project is moving along at a good pace and according to Executive Director Tim Young who toured the site, it is “looking really good overall” (see the new photos below).  We want to thank all of the generous folks that have donated to the project this year.  We haveRead more

Cheyenne Cyclist Rides to Support Pole Mountain Trails

Wyoming Pathways is excited to announce that Cheyenne cyclist Julie Engler is partnering with Athletic Brewing (@AthleticBrewing, https://athleticbrewing.com/) to raise funds to support the Pole Mountain Trail Project. She will be riding one leg of a cross-country fundraising ride sponsored by Athletic Brewing that will match dollar-for-dollar the funds raised by the participants. We can’tRead more