Please Take the Adventure Cycling Association’s Survey

Our friends at the Adventure Cycling Association are developing their five year strategic plan and are seeking your input. To support their mission to “to inspire and empower people to travel by bicycle”. They have a survey running until October 27th, the feedback from which will help them guide their advocacy efforts for the forseeableRead more

Productive NPLD Dig Day Wraps-Up Initial Phase of the Pole Mountain Trail Project

We had a great time at the National Public Lands Day community dig day at Pole Mountain this past Saturday in Laramie. This event, which also saw volunteers building new trail on the State Section of land just east of Laramie, was organized by the the UW Outdoor Program (thanks Dan McCoy and staff), WyomingRead more

Reminder: The Second Pole Mountain Dig Day is Saturday, September 30th.

Update: The event organizers have asked community members who want to participate in the event to register either at the SLCE office or online on Eventbrite here: Join us for another community dig day at Pole Mountain, this time to celebrate National Public Lands Day on Saturday, September 30, 2017.  We are hoping to do someRead more

Sheridan Public Lands Rally, September 30th

Following on the success of the recent Laramie and Jackson rallies for public lands, Sheridan will be holding a rally on Saturday, September 30th, from 3-4:30pm at Grinnel Plaza in downtown Sheridan.  This will be an opportunity for folks to learn more about the public land issues in Wyoming, including the proposed legislation to designate anRead 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

Wyoming Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force Update

In 2016 the Wyoming Legislature passed the “Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force Act”. It requires a formal report be prepared on the “benefits and opportunities” of bicycle and pedestrian pathways and natural surface trails, including economic, health, safety, tourism, and community livability benefits, and to make recommendations for various ways the state can coordinateRead more

Wyoming Has a Robust State Trails Program – Learn More About it on the State Parks Website

Wyoming has over 8,500 miles of trails managed by a variety of agencies. Trail opportunities in Wyoming are many and diverse. Wyoming’s trails are located in areas ranging from deep river canyons to high desert plains, to high mountain crags and alpine meadows, to community greenways. Hikers, bicyclists, equestrians, skiers, snowmobilers, historians, ORV (off roadRead 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

Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force Phone Meeting – Wednesday August 9th

From the August 1, 2017 K2 Radio Article by Susan Burk: Do you love to bike and ride on Wyoming’s trails and pathways? You might want to weigh on the Wyoming Cycling Task Force’s next meeting. The effort is Wyoming’s first look on a state level at the economic, health and community benefits of bicycleRead more

Wyoming Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force Update

Following the legislative success last year of the passage of the Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force Act, efforts have been underway to create a Legislative Report on the “benefits and opportunities” of bicycle and pedestrian pathways and natural surface trails for Wyoming communities. To oversee the report preparation, Governor Matt Mead appointed a TaskRead more