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Pole Mountain Trail Project – 2020

URGENT UPDATE: The COVID-19 situation has put some of our financial support for the 2020 Pole Mountain Trail Project in jepoardy, so we are asking our supporters to please consider donating to help us raise the needed $7,500 of matching funds.  You can use the form below to make your donation. 


In these troubled times, we appreciate your support more than you know.  Help us make the trails at this wonderful outdoor recreation resource even better and more sustainable and available for you and all trail users by making a donation today.  Please also encourage others to donate as well.  We really need your help.

1/25/2020 UPDATE: 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 recommended by the Review Committee, and was pleased to see the Pole Mountain Trail Project application make the final cut. This means that we will be able to move forward with the Project in 2020 and complete the reroute of the Aspen Trail and hopefully complete the major reroute of the Haunted Forest trail. We want to thank Wyoming State Parks and the Trails Advisory Council for seeing the value in continuing this worthwhile project that is making a real difference for the trails at Pole Mountain.

Pole Mountain Trail Project 2020 Proposed Work Area

Click to download PDF of 2020 proposed trail work.

As we move into the trail building season, the 2020 Pole Mountain Trail Project is set to move forward with additional reroute work planned for the Aspen Trail and the Haunted Forest Trail. Wyoming Pathways, in partnership with the Laramie Ranger District, has applied for a $50,000 Wyoming Recreational Trails Program grant that calls for a $15,000 match. The grant and match will pay for a professional trail builder to work this summer on the trail improvements at Pole Mountain. If you would like to support that effort, please consider making a donation to our Pole Mountain Trail Project 2020 fund by using our online donation form.



By making a donation to the grant matching fund, you will be helping Wyoming Pathways and project partners to invest a nearly of $100,000 of improvements to to the Pole Mountain trail system this year. Combined work since 2016, Wyoming Pathways will have completed over $300,000 in trail improvements at Pole Mountain. We can’t do this without the help of our partners and the community and without the financial support from donors like you. Thanks for supporting Pole Mountain Trails!

To view information about the 2016 Trail Charrette, 2017 through 2019 Pole Mountain Trail Projects, please check out our archive pages:

Pole Mountain Trail Project 2019 Archive

Pole Mountain Trail Project 2018 Archive

Pole Mountain Trail Project 2017 Archive

2016 Pole Mountain Trail Charrette


Attendees exchanging ideas at the Pole Mountain Trail Charrette.

Wyoming Pathways Chairman, Bruce Burrows, reviews damaged trails at Pole Mountian.

Trail day with Laramie community members and the Wyoming Conservation Corps wraps up.

Representatives from the Governor’s Office visit the trail work site.

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