Friends of Pathways is the community advocate for a complete pathways system, partnering with government agencies for construction support and ongoing education and encouragement programs. Over 49 miles of pathways have been completed in Teton County with an additional 14 miles in Grand Teton National Park. We’re working diligently with local government to help complete the remaining “missing links” of our pathway system proposed by the 2007 Pathways Master Plan. Visit us here to keep up-to-date on these current projects.

South Park Loop Pathway

The South Park Loop Pathway is a much anticipated pathway that was funded by Specific Purpose Excise Tax in November 2014. During the summer of 2016, that pathway link will be completed.

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Path 22

The WY22 Pathway is considered the primary missing link in the Town of Jackson/Teton County Pathways system and the top priority for the Jackson Hole Community Pathways program. Most of the sections were completed in the summer of 2014 and 2015. The final stretch will be completed during the summer of 2016.

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Bike Share

In conjunction with the Town of Jackson, Friends of Pathways launched a Bike Share demonstration during the summer of 2015 and we are working diligently to get a permanent system on the ground.

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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.

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Skyline Trail

In conjunction with the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Friends of Pathways will build 6.3 miles of new trail from the top of Snow King to connect to the Game Divide.

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Youth Trail Crew

Friends of Pathways employs a youth trail crew to work side-by-side with Bridger-Teton Trail Crew staff to improve our close-to-home trail system.

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Friends of Pathways outreach programs focus on respectful and responsible use of our incredible pathways, streets, and trails.  We reach youth through our integrated cycling education programs, iWalk, iBike, iBus to School Days, and by partnering with local community events.  Our Adult Outreach programs encourage increased use of alternative transportation and respectful, responsible actions while on pathways, streets and trails.

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Friends of Pathways advocates for winter grooming and plowing and partner with Teton County and the Bridger-Teton to teach responsible use on Teton Pass, the pathways and at trailheads.

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