Friends of Pathways has a formal partnership with the USFS to collaborate on design, construction and stewardship of local trails for all users – hike, bike, horse, and ski. We’re committed to providing easy year round access to trails that is essential to maintaining our high quality of life in Jackson Hole.
As usual in early spring there are a few dry trails out there in sunny spots and at low elevations. The trails between Snow King Ski Area and the Winter Wildlife Closure to the west are 99% snow free and dry. They can be […]
The Bridger-Teton NF staff was able to improve parts of the road to Cache Creek Trailhead, but there is still more work to be done before cars are able to go back to the trailhead.
Walking, biking and skiing are still encouraged, although the Town […]
It has been a difficult winter for our trial year grooming singletrack in Cache Creek. We have managed to stay ahead of the storms and keep a little over 9 miles of singletrack groomed for hikers, bikers, runners, and skiers. We are hoping your […]
RELEASE FROM THE BRIDGER-TETON NATIONAL FOREST
JACKSON, Wyo., FEBRUARY 16, 2017 – The Cache Creek road on the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Jackson Ranger District, is temporarily closed to vehicle traffic from the edge of town to the trailhead.
People are still welcome to recreate in the […]
Conditions at Cache Creek have become increasingly icy and difficult to manage. The road was closed over the weekend, but vehicles did attend to drive up to the trailhead, many getting very stuck. People are still welcome to walk, ski, or bike into the area
We are excited to announce that Friends of Pathways, Mountain Bike the Tetons, and Teton Mountain Bike Tours have worked with the Bridger-Teton to pilot a Singletrack Trail Grooming program in Cache Creek for this winter. This program which is being supported by donations […]
We are working to finish the last 2 miles of the Skyline Trail. We are working downhill towards the Game Creek Trail narrowing the wide bench that the trail machine built to support itself. This involves pulling down the backslope to prevent erosion, slightly […]
After a ton of hard work by everyone involved the crews made a rough connection on the Skyline Trail this week. I emphasize rough! The trail is passable and we encourage people to go explore it but to heed all closures and instruction by […]
You may have noticed some trail names and junctions changing in Cache Creek this summer. This is part of a larger signage project Friends of Pathways is working on with the Bridger-Teton National Forest. One of the first parts of the process was to […]
The Friends of Pathways Youth Trail Crew has been hard at work this summer on projects on around the Bridge-Teton National Forest. They have installed several dozen rock steps and drainage features on Josie’s Ridge and the Woods Canyon trails, built the new Nelson […]