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Lander BLM Trail Projects – Johnny
Behind the Rocks Trail Expansion
LANDER, WY The popularity of the recently developed multi-use Upper Brewer’s Trail in Sinks Canyon in partnership with the US Forest Service and the Lander community and the subsequent addition of a new bridge on the trail demonstrated to all parties the value of increasing outdoor recreation opportunities. Learn More
Thermopolis Trail Plan
The success of the recently developed multi-use trails in
Hot Springs State Park demonstrated to Town of Thermopolis officials, business leaders and community members the positive impact on the economy and quality of life that a well-planned and professionally-built trail system can have. Learn More
Pole Mountain Trail Plan
BETWEEN LARAMIE & CHEYENNE, WY
Pole Mountain is a 55,000 area square of public land located in the Sherman Mountains between Laramie and Cheyenne. Wyoming Pathways will help the Forest Service continue the progress made in Phase 3 of the Pole Mountain Trail Project of the Pole Mountain Trail Project continuing to work with partners to address the backlog of much needed trail maintenance. Learn More
Continental Divide Trail Project
TOGWOTEE PASS, WY
The Shoshone National Forest invited Wyoming Pathways to assist in a new project to construct a missing section of the iconic 3100-mile Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDT) that connects from Canada to Mexico. The new piece is near Brooks Lake, with access off Togwotee Pass US-26. Learn More
Our past trail projects include:
POLE MOUNTAIN TRAIL CHARRETTE, MEDICINE BOW TRAIL PLANNING
Wyoming Pathways conducted a one-day public charrette style meeting to help the Forest Service to develop non-motorized trail system recommendations for Pole Mountain, a 55,000 area square of public land located in the Sherman Mountains between Laramie and Cheyenne.
LANDER SINKS CANYON – BREWER’S TRAIL EXTENSION PROJECT
We completed a 5-mile extension of the popular Brewer’s Trail in Sinks Canyon, located in the Shoshone National Forest Washakie Ranger District.
LANDER COMMUNITY TRAILS CHARRETTE
The Lander area has numerous trail system on lands managed by various agencies, including the Shoshone National Forest, BLM and Wyoming State Parks. Wyoming Pathways helped the regional land managers by developing non-motorized trail system recommendations.
SHOSHONE NON-MOTORIZED TRAIL SYSTEM PLANNING
With the new Shoshone Forest Plan adopted in 2015, the Forest closed the Dunoir to bike use, but pledged to improve trails for mountain biking in other areas. The Forest is developing a mountain bike strategy, and Ranger Districts are developing specific plans for purpose-built mountain biking trails closer to the larger communities.
The Skyline Trail wis an epic-quality 6.3 mile multi-use trail following the Skyline ridge that extends eastward from Snow King Mountain.
BECK LAKE TRAILS AND BIKE PARK
We constructed new purpose-built mountain bike trails on public land adjacent to the City of Cody. Park County Pedalers completed about 8.5 miles of rocking good purpose built trail.
RED GRADE TRAILS
The Red Grade Trails System will oer spectacular scenery and solitude for hikers, bikers, and equestrians close to Sheridan and Big Horn on public lands.
NORTH CHEYENNE COMMUNITY PARK TRAILS
A close to home single track trail system in the North Cheyenne city park.