Pathways: Greater Yellowstone

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.


How we helped

In 2015 Wyoming Pathways helped lead a planning effort with local and regional partners that developed a Concept Plan for the GYT. The Concept Plan includes maps of the proposed route, descriptions of the existing trails and pathways, proposed priority projects to complete the GYT, and implementation steps.


Next steps

With a federal grant Wyoming Pathways helped prepare, the City of Victor Idaho and Teton County Wyoming will construct an additional two miles of paved pathway on the Wilson-Victor section from Moose Creek to Trail Creek Campground. The project is at 30% design, with planned for 2018 construction. Wondering how to help? Volunteer or donate.

Togwotee Pass Continental Divide Trail

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