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The Pole Mountain Trail Project 2019 Wraps-Up

Tuesday, September 3rd was the final day of the 2019 Pole Mountain trail project. We don’t have the lineal feet totals yet, but we were able to repair and reroute a substantial portion of the Aspen Trail to make the trail more sustainable and fun.  See the photos below.  If you like what you see,Read more

2019 Pole Mountain Trail Project Gets Underway

The 2019 edition of the Pole Mountain Trail Project has started work on the Aspen Trail and we have the first pictures of the really sweet looking rerouted/repaired trail.  We are excited to see how much of the 9,000 lineal feet of proposed rerouted trail the crews will be able to knock out this season.Read more

Support the Pole Mountain Trail Project 2019!

Big News!  The Pole Mountain Trail Project just won another national award from the Coalition for Recreational Trails!  You can read about it here. Click on “I Love Pole Mountain” to show your love for Pole Mountain! Wyoming Pathways and its partners are gearing up to once again help coordinate and fund some much neededRead more

Belvoir Ranch – Untapped Potential for Outdoor Recreation in Southeast Wyoming

Did you know that just west of the City of Cheyenne, there is a nearly 19,000 acre piece of land, owned by the City that has the potential be be an outdoor recreation destination for the region with a hundred-plus miles of trails? Well, there is and it is called Belvoir Ranch/Big Hole. The landRead more

The Pilot Hill Project – Laramie’s Community-Driven Land Conservation Effort

By Melanie Arnett, Pilot Hill Project Coordinator and Wyoming Pathways Board Member The Pilot Hill Project in SE Wyoming was initiated in the fall of 2017 when a private landowner offered Albany County an opportunity to purchase 5,500 acres of land connecting the City of Laramie to the Pole Mountain area under the condition thatRead more

Summer Love for Lander Sinks Canyon and Laramie Pole Mountain Trails and What’s Next

This past summer was a busy one for Wyoming Pathways, as our focus shifted to trails.  Following on the heels of a successful Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit in Jackson in May, we began looking ahead to two major trail building and maintenance projects in Lander and Laramie. Known as the “Lander Sinks Canyon Brewer’s TrailRead more

RFQ for Phase 2 of the Pole Mountain Trail Project Available for Download.

For any professional trail builders interested in participating in Phase 2 of the Pole Mountain Trail Project, a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) has been made available for download on the Phase 2 project page.  The deadline for submission of qualifications is end-of-day June 1, 2018.  All project details are contained in the RFQ.

Trail Grants Secured! Pole Mountain and Lander Trails to Benefit

January brought great news for trail lovers in Lander and Laramie – two new natural surface trail grants have been awarded to Wyoming Pathways for partnership projects with the forest service and local communities. With matching funds and volunteers, the two projects will invest over $100,000 in Wyoming’s public trail systems. The Laramie Pole MountainRead more

Southeast Wyoming Women Building Skills and Finding Friends In Mountain Biking

By Jenn Hess and Lisa Marno This women’s season started in June with the first annual Rowdy Gowdy Women’s Mountain Bike Camp.  Jenn Hess, a local shredder with a passion for networking lady mountain bikers through skill building, dreamed of and organized the camp.  The two-day event included bike maintenance, basic skills, and advanced skillsRead 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