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Bike to Work Day Jackson Hole 2016

 

CELEBRATE BIKE TO WORK DAY WITH FRIENDS OF PATHWAYS JACKSON HOLE – TODAY, MAY 31 2016 :: Free coffee and goodies courtesy of Cowboy Coffee and Lucky’s Jackson Hole today meant that the worker bees were out biking to their business and warming up […]

Trail Conditions for 5-27-16

With 3 days of sunshine predicted the trails should dry out from all of this rain and be in great shape for Memorial Day weekend.  Teton Pass is melting out slowly but surely and most of the Freeride trails are good to go.  If you’re […]

Trail Conditions for 5-20-16

Snow King and Munger are melted out and clear of trees and Teton Pass trails are in good shape below about 7800 feet in elevation.  The Ridge trail and Phillip’s Canyon are clear up to rock world and just below the Arrow trail junction […]

13 Reasons

13 Simple Reasons That Biking Is Better –

Non-motorized transportation is surely one of the best alternatives to improve the health of our community, our air and to create a great mindset. Here are some of the many benefits of riding a bicycle:

Most of the benefits that […]

Trail Conditions for 5-13-16

Snow King and Munger Mountain trails are dried out and cleared of trees!  The crew removed 61 trees this week and gives Munger and Snow King the official open for the season with only a few small snow patches left on Ferrin’s and Game […]

Trail Conditions for 5-6-16

Trails are still melting out with most of Snow King open except for high on the ridge tops.  Munger is your next best bet with just a few lingering snow patches.  Teton Pass still needs some more time although the Parallel Trail is dry […]

One step closer to a permanent Bike Share system in Jackson!

Last Night, the Jackson Town Council approved a grant from Energy Conservation Works of $70,000 toward the capital expenses to develop a permanent Bike Share program for Jackson.
Bike Share is a healthy, sustainable, and affordable form of public transportation, which would complement Jackson’s current START […]

Trail Conditions for 4-30

With the Winter Wildlife Closure areas opening tomorrow there are a lot of dry trails to explore!  Snow King is your best bet with most of the lower trails melted out with some lingering drifts in shaded gullies.  Teton Pass still has a lot […]

2016 News | Pathways & Trials: On a Mission for Sustainable Transportation and Heathy Recreation

 Hot off the Pathways Press – Exciting News for the entire community. 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 19, 2016

Contacts: Katherine Dowson, katherine@friendsofpathways.org

Kathryn Brackenridge, communications@friendsofpathways.org

 

Friends of Pathways Announces Evolved Mission Statement Based in Founding Principals and Broadened to Support New Efforts

 

Jackson, WY – Friends of Pathways […]

Trail Conditions for April 15

With a week of sunny spring weather on the way I wanted to get out the first trail report for the season.  I will include a map each time with dry open trails in green, partially dry but still with patchy snow and mud in yellow, […]