Welcome to Wyoming Pathways

Welcome to Wyoming Pathways, the statewide voice of people who bicycle and walk. Join the movement and make our voice stronger. Wyoming Pathways’ goal is to encourage safe bicycling and walking – helping to create thriving communities and enhance public lands across Wyoming. People-powered activities – like bicycling, walking, and cross-country skiing – provide manyRead more

Featured Reports and Stories

Wyoming Pathways Invited to Help with Continental Divide Trail Reroute

Building on the success of last year’s Upper Brewer’s Trail Project in Lander, 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, withRead more

Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Training in Laramie a Success!

We had a very successful bicycle and pedestrian training in Laramie on June 27th, with nearly 60 attendees. Attendees included many from WYDOT, representatives of various cities, counties and private engineering firms and bicycle and walking advocates, among others. It was a great cross-section of those interested in learning the “nuts and bolts” of bicycleRead more

Pole Mountain Trail Project Wins Coalition for Recreational Trails Achievement Award

The Pole Mountain Trail Project is continuing in 2019 and we need your help.  Please consider donating to our grant matching fund so we can apply as much resource as possible to the Pole Mountain Trails The Pole Mountain Trail Project Wins National Trails Award for “Outstanding use of Recreational Trails Program Funds in theRead more

Support the Pole Mountain Trail Project 2019!

Big News!  The Pole Mountain Trail Project just won another national award from the Coalition for Recreational Trails!  You can read about it here. Click on “I Love Pole Mountain” to show your love for Pole Mountain! Wyoming Pathways and its partners are gearing up to once again help coordinate and fund some much neededRead more

Lander Community Trail Charrette Update – A Great Success and Report Coming Soon!

The Lander Community Trail Charrette Report was released on July 16, 2019.  The Report summarizes the background information, process and findings of the Charrette.  It can be downloaded here. The Lander Community Trail Charrette was held Friday and Saturday, April 5-6, 2019 in Lander, WY, and by all accounts was a great success.  Attendance wasRead more

Lander Community Trail Charrette Set for April 5-6, 2019 In Lander, WY

Download the press release or visit the Charrette website at http://landertrails.org. Wyoming Pathways and the University of Wyoming’s Ruckleshaus Institute are happy to announce that they will be holding the Lander Community Trail Charrette in Lander, Wyoming on April 5-6, 2019.  The goal of the Charrette is to bring together the trail using community andRead more

Executive Director’s Year-End Message

Wyoming Pathways is pleased to report a highly productive 2018 as the “statewide voice of people who bicycle and walk”. From successful trail projects in Lander and Laramie to the new Wyoming Bicycle and Pedestrian Report, this has been our most productive year yet. We are grateful for your support and wish to thank youRead more

NICA High School Mountain Bike Racing In Wyoming

Success and Growth Lead to Thoughts of “A League of Their Own” by Cindy Dywan and Caroline Esch 2018 SEASON RECAP With mountain bike teams in Casper, Cheyenne, and Laramie, it is common to come across high school riders out on the trails in Southeast Wyoming.  If you were to stop one of these ridersRead more

Greater Yellowstone Trail – New Connections Underway

The 180-mile Greater Yellowstone Trail (GYT) connects Jackson Hole Wyoming with West Yellowstone Montana via sections of the old Yellowstone Rail Line, going through Victor, Driggs, Tetonia, Ashton, and Island Park. Several additions are underway along this amazing bicycle and walking route that connects two National Parks with pathways, back roads, and rail trail sectionsRead more

WY Legislature Considers Recreational Trail Fee Bill

The Wyoming State Legislature is considering new a bill that would create the nation’s first nonmotorized trail user fee. If enacted, the funds generated from the proposed $10 annual fee would go into a dedicated account to be used to support the maintenance and construction of nonmotorized trails in Wyoming. As currently proposed, the $10 fee would applyRead more