We're building safe pathways across Wyoming.
Check out our latest projects:
Greater Yellowstone Trail Concept Plan
NORTHEASTERN WY The Greater Yellowstone Trail Concept Plan establishes a vision for a world-class regional trail system that would enhance quality of life, improve access to recreation, and spur economic development opportunities for local communities along the unique and diverse corridor that connects three states. Learn More
Wyoming Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force Bill
In 2016 the WY Legislature passed a new law to create a Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force. Governor Mead will soon announce the 13 member Task Force, which is charged to develop a report for the legislature and agencies on the “benefits and opportunities of bicycle and pedestrian pathways and natural surface trails” for Wyoming. Learn More
Grand Teton National Park Pathway System
GRAND TETON NAT'L PARK
To encourage the National Park Service to complete the 42-mile Grand Teton National Park Pathway System, approved in the 2007 EIS. Learn More
Our past pathway projects include:
JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING - IMPROVED WINTER GROOMING
We helped to create improved trail grooming and coordination of winter trail activities for classic and skate skiing, fat biking and walking, in partnership with JH Nordic and Grand Teton National Park Foundation.
NATIONAL PARK WINTER FAT BIKE ACCESS
We advocated to allow fat bike access where appropriate on Yellowstone groomed roads that allow snowmobiles and snow coaches, and on Grand Teton groomed roads when conditions are firm and favorable, in partnership with IMBA, Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk, and Adventure Cycling.