Wyoming Pathways Included in Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities Fundraiser

Wyoming Pathways has some exciting news to pass along about our participation in the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole’s Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charity.  We have been included as a beneficiary organization in the event, to be held in Jackson, Wyoming on September 12, 2015. Old Bill’s Fun Run has raised over $111 millionRead more

Action Alert – Yellowstone Forgets Skiers in Winter Use Plan – Please Comment

Action Alert – Please comment on the National Parks Service Yellowstone Winter Use Adaptive Management Plan TODAY to support nonmotorized access in Yellowstone National Park. To Take Action: Click the link below to be taken to the National Parks Service online comment form for the Yellowstone Draft Winter Use Adaptive Management Plan: https://parkplanning.nps.gov/commentForm.cfm?documentID=66348 Background: YellowstoneRead more

Mountain Bike Trail Development in Wyoming – Making Progress

Here’s a nice article at WyoFile about how mountain bike trail development is progressing throughout Wyoming: http://www.wyofile.com/column/mountain-bike-trails-expand-across-the-state/

“Active Wyoming” Legislation Proposal to be Presented to Joint Travel, Recreation and Wildlife Committee

Read the article in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle about Wyoming Pathways Executive Director, Tim Young presenting a proposal for “Active Wyoming” legislation to the Joint Travel, Recreation and Wildlife Committee:  http://www.wyomingnews.com/articles/2015/08/10/news/01top_08-10-15.txt#.VcipcHhhgmw

Time is right to take action on trails

Read the Casper Star Tribune Editorial Board comments on the Casper Pathway’s Program and Casper’s transportation future: http://trib.com/opinion/editorial/editorial-board-time-is-right-to-take-action-on-trails/article_868c608c-7c4a-5782-a88a-42f42b43b503.html

Pathways Progress in Casper

Here’s a great article in the Casper Star Tribune on how Casper is moving forward with pathways and trails development.  The city is considering hiring Casper-based CEPI, a civil engineering firm, to finish building the trails system that was proposed in their 2013 trails, path and bikeway plan.

Supportive Casper Star Tribune Editorial

Here’s a supportive editorial from the Casper Star Tribune that mentions the Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit and suggests that better coordination and communication regarding pathways development is “an effort worth pursuing”: http://trib.com/opinion/editorial/editorial-board-trails-strategy-is-one-worth-pursuing/article_b3ef0a57-8ca2-5e0b-9bb7-c8be552c4c31.html

Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit Agenda

Agenda – Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit 2015 Active Wyoming – People Places and Prosperity (Download Event Agenda PDF) Register for the Event Thursday June 25 – Tate Pumphouse 10:00 AM Registration opens at Tate Pumphouse, Casper Wyoming 12:00-1:15 pm. Opening Lunch, Tate Pumphouse • Welcome to the Summit – Angela Emery, Platte River Trails TrustRead more

Urgent: Comment on the Red Grade Trail Project

Here’s an awesome project you can help today – the Red Grade Trail Project in the Bighorn mountains near Sheridan. The Buffalo Field Office of the BLM is currently accepting public comments on their Environmental Assessment proposal to build 33.8 miles of quality trails on public lands. Please help our friends in Sheridan and comment.Read more

Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit Press Release

For Immediate Release – Contact: — Angela Emery or Tim Young — Download the press release. (Download Event Agenda PDF) Active Wyoming – People Places and Prosperity – Casper June 25-26 Wyoming Bike Walk Trail Summit to Connect Communities, Agencies, People Biking, walking, health, and active living experts will join state officials and supporters ofRead more