Michael Kusiek Joins Wyoming Pathways as Lander Active Transportation Director

Wyoming Pathways is pleased to announce that Michael Kusiek has been retained to lead the organization’s Active Transportation efforts in Lander, WY, as the Lander Active Transportation Director. Michael will manage the organization’s work with various partners to improve the Active Transportation infrastructure in Lander. Wyoming Pathways has had success in helping with trail developmentRead more

Wyoming Pathways Receives Wyoming Community Foundation Grant

We are pleased to announce that once again, the Wyoming Community Foundation (WYCF – 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: 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, 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

New Photos – Togwotee Pass Continental Divide Trail Project Update

The various crews have been busy building the rerouted section of the Continental Divide Trail from Brooks Lake across Sublette Pass and we have some nice photos for you (see the latest gallery on the project page).  The crews have built just shy of 13,000 lineal feet of trail so far, leaving approximately 8,000 feetRead more

UPDATE! – Work begins on the Togwotee Pass Continental Divide Trail Project 2020

Wyoming Pathways’ Executive Director Tim Young met with work crews and members of the Shoshone National Forest Staff to get things rolling on this wonderful project.  The group walked the flag line from Togwotee Pass over Sublette Pass and down to Brooks Lake. Trail builder Adam Buck and his Pathfinder Trail Building crews are onRead more

Wyoming Pathways wins WYCF Grant

As we move through this difficult time, we want to remember to thank those who have supported us along the way. One of those organization is the Wyoming Community Foundation ( They have provided grant support to Wyoming Pathways in 2020 through their Wyoming Community Foundation Competitive Grant program that has helped and will continueRead more