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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, https://athleticbrewing.com/) 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

Recreational Trails Grant for Pole Mountain Trail Project 2020 Approved!

We received some great news yesterday after the meeting of the Wyoming State Parks’ Trails Advisory Council…Wyoming Pathways’ application for a $50,000 Wyoming Recreational Trails Program grant to continue to improve the trails at Pole Mountain was approved. Executive Director, Tim Young attended the meeting, where the council voted on the projects that were recommendedRead more

Upper Brewer’s Trail Bridge – A Lander Journal Story

We want to thank the Samone Yuen, Editor of the Lander Journal for writing the following story about our recent project to add a bridge to the Upper Brewer’s Trail over the Enterprise Ditch.  The project was completed in late mid-October and has been well received by both the Shoshone National Forest and the localRead more

Upper Brewer’s Trail Bridge Installation Complete – Photos and Video

After a flurry of work over the course of the past couple of weeks, our final trail building project of 2019 to wrap up, the bridge addition to the Upper Brewer’s Trail in Sinks Canyon, near Lander, is fully installed and ready for use. The bridge was fully delivered in mid-October and our intrepid installer,Read more

Upper Brewer’s Trail Bridge Nears Completion

Great news! Our final trail building project of 2019 to wrap up, the bridge addition to the Upper Brewer’s Trail in Sinks Canyon, near Lander, is nearing completion. The bridge was fully delivered last week and our intrepid installer, Adam Crenshaw of Crenshaw Craftsmanship, LLC in Lander has been doing a bang-up job on theRead more

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

Mountain Bikers Enjoy Another Great Jurassic Classic MTB Festival in Lander

This past weekend, Wyoming Pathways was honored to be a participant at what has to be one of the most fun mountain biking events in Wyoming, the third annual Jurassic Classic Mountain Bike Festival in Lander Wyoming. The event features the Lander area’s three distinct trail systems, The Bus Loops, Johnny Behind the Rocks andRead 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