Laramie Enduro Gets an Epic Face Lift

The Laramie Range Enduro originated in 1998 with a start/finish line located within the City of Laramie, Wyoming and climbed the west flank of the Laramie Range more than 1,300 feet into what has become the heart of this annual event – the Pole Mountain trail system. Over the years, the race course has changedRead more

WCC Portion of Pole Mountain Trail Project Wraps-Up

The WCC portion of the Pole Mountain Trail Project wrapped-up yesterday. Along with the National Trails Day volunteers, they’ve done an great job giving the trails at Pole Mountain some much needed love, including: 1) Development of more than 150 rolling grade dips and knicks throughout the trail system (Pole Creek, Alder, Aspen, Middle Aspen,Read more

View Images from the Pole Mountain Trail Project

We have added some new images of the trail work being done as part of the Pole Mountain Trail Project.  Great progress was made on improving the trails at Pole Mountain by the first hitch of the Wyoming Conservations Corps crews, working under the direction of trail consultant Scott Linnenburger.  The second hitch of WCCRead more

Volunteers Get Their Hands Dirty at Pole Mountain “Dig Day”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (download the Wyoming Pathways press release) June 9, 2017 CONTACT: Tim Young, Executive Director, (307) 413-8464, Volunteers Get Their Hands Dirty at Pole Mountain “Dig Day” Great Turnout for National Trails Day Event Shows Community Commitment to Improve the Trails at Pole Mountain [LARAMIE, WY]— On Saturday, June 3rd, the UniversityRead more

Teton Pass Trail Progress

We got some good news yesterday morning about the Teton Pass Trail – the Teton County Commissioners agreed to send a letter to the Wyoming FLAP (Federal Lands Access Program) Decision Committee, asking to revise and update their grant agreement for $500,000 in remaining FY-14 FLAP funds. With the Committee’s likely approval, it will allowRead more

Teton County Commissioners to Submit Teton Pass Trail FLAP Grant Application

On Tuesday, April 18, 2017, Teton County Commissioners voted to submit a Federal Lands Access Program grant for the Teton Pass Trail.  The grant application in the amount of $1.4 million will be a big boost to completing the Teton Pass Trail section of the Greater Yellowstone Trail. From the Jackson Hole News & Guide articleRead more

Teton Pass Trail Grant Application

Action alert – Your help is needed: Please contact Teton County Wyoming Commissioners in support of the Teton Pass Trail grant application.  You can send your comments to them by using the comment form on our advocacy page or by contacting them directly at [email protected]  The form has been pre-filled with recommended comments, but feel freeRead more

Construction Begins at Cody’s Beck Lake Bike Park

On April 3rd, the Park County Pedalers began work on the Beck Lake Bike Park, the next phase of the Beck Lake Bike Park and Trails project, a joint venture between the Park County Pedalers, City of Cody, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Shoshone Recreation District and the State of Wyoming Recreational Trails Program.   PerRead more

Wyoming Outdoor Recreation Task Force Update

Wyoming Pathways Board Member Melanie Arnett attended the third Wyoming Outdoor Recreation Task Force meeting that took place March 8-10 in Cody, WY.  The focus of the meeting was to draft recommendations for the sub-themes relating to the important topics of public lands and access.  Melanie, the Non-motorized Recreation representative, solicited input on these topicsRead more

Wyoming Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force Update

The Wyoming Legislature approved a bill in 2016 that created the Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force. The bill had strong legislative and public support from around Wyoming, passing with a 2/3’s majority. Governor Matt Mead appointed the 13 members last summer, and the group has been meeting by phone conference and in person over the pastRead more