Tag Archives: Friends of Pathways

Get Local: Riding (and Building) the new Skyline Trail with Andrew Whiteford

The Skyline Trail is the latest (and maybe soon to be greatest?) piece of trail in Jackson Hole’s extensive Cache Creek trail network.  Though not yet complete, the Skyline Trail will run 6.31 miles along the Skyline ridge, connecting the top of the Ferrin’s trail to the Cache-Game Divide, offering up incredible views in all […]

Access August | Celebrating Diversity on the Pathways

The pathway system in Jackson Hole is expansive, with over 42 miles of pathway in Teton County and an additional 14 within Grand Teton National Park. One of the great outreach initiatives of local non-profit Friends of Pathways is promoting access to this expansive network among multiple user groups. With the upcoming Access August event […]

Road Biking in Grand Teton National Park | Spring in Jackson Hole

The inner loop of Grand Teton National Park has been plowed but is closed to vehicle traffic until May 1st, creating a perfect opportunity for some vehicle-free road biking, strolling or other non-motorized traffic to enjoy the sights. There couldn’t be a better time to dust off the bike and soak up some incredible views […]