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Jackson Hole will be a place where trails and pathways are central to our vibrant and healthy community. These networks will be interconnected, convenient, enjoyable and the most desirable means of travel. Residents and visitors will have the choice to access the natural world, places of business and healthy recreation options without the need for a car. Friends of Pathways will be a positive force toward achieving this vision.

Jackson Hole Interactive Nordic Grooming Map

Thanks to the support of The Hub and individuals who support our grooming campaign, Friends of Pathways grooms more than 12 miles of winter singletrack trails in the Cache Creek area – the only free winter singletrack in Jackson Hole. We groom from November to April on an as-needed basis – not on a specific schedule. Wondering when we last packed it down? Use this map to see current trail conditions. And thanks to JH Nordic, you can also use this map to see all the grooming reports for all Nordic trails in Jackson Hole – not just Cache Creek. Click around and explore more winter!

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Transportation Alternatives and Safe Routes to School is a $15,000,000 SPET measure that will pay for key projects aimed at reducing traffic, improving commute times, growing the pathway network, and enhancing bike safety for kids. It is the number three SPET measure on your ballot, and we ask that you vote for it.

What you get:

  1. A 2,800-square foot transit center in Stilson lot with six electric bus bays, electric car charging, long-term bike storage, and e-bike charging
  2. Twelve upgraded traffic lights that prioritize START busses with green lights – never sit at a red light on a bus again
  3. New pathway section on the south side of HWY 22, connecting a new neighborhood to the pathway network, providing a direct connection to Wilson, a pathway tunnel under HWY 22 to Wilson School, a pathway bridge over Fish Creek, cross walks at West Street and the Wilson Post Office
  4. New pathway sections in town creating safe routes to school for elementary, middle school, and high school students, better connecting neighborhoods to the pathway network.

Why is it needed?

  • Eases traffic congestion
  • Grows pathway network
  • Enhances safety for pedestrians and cyclists
  • Improves quality of life
  • Reduces carbon footprint of Teton County by encouraging more walling, biking, and bussing

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Connecting Our Community to the Lands They Love

Friends of Pathways champions a safe, connected system of pathways, trails, bike lanes and sidewalks that encourage active transportation and healthy recreation in our Jackson Hole community.

The Hub Bicycles 9th Annual Jackson Hole Community Bike Swap is this Saturday, May 15, from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Snow King Sports and Event Center.

Bicycle Drop-Off is Friday, May 14, from 12 p.m.-7 p.m.

The Swap will start promptly on Saturday, May 15, at 10:30 a.m. Early Bird Entry at 10:30 a.m. costs $10 with Free Entry beginning at 11 a.m.

This event is open to all kinds of bikes – town cruisers, kids’ bikes, road bikes, mountain bikes, and everything in between. All that is asked is that bikes are in working order. The cost to sell bikes is $10 for kids’ bikes and $25 for adult bikes. No Swap Day drop-offs will be accepted. Entry fees and 15 percent of sales will be donated to Friends of Pathways and Teton FreeRiders.

The event will be held outside of the Snow King Ice Arena. Masks will be required. Credit Cards only; no cash or check will be accepted. Sellers looking for guidance pricing their bikes should visit

Jackson Hole’s Community Bike Swap has raised a total of $50,000 for Friends of Pathways and Teton FreeRiders while helping grow the sport of cycling in the Teton Region by getting more butts on bikes.


2021 Bike Swap Raffle

Enter to win a Marin Alcatraz Dirt Jump Bike! Retail price $1,400.

This bike was generously donated by The Hub Bicycles. All raffle proceeds will benefit Friends of Pathways and Teton FreeRiders.

Trail Maintenance Request

Thanks for letting us know about downed trees or other trail areas that need maintenance. Our trail crew maintains 130 miles of front country trails in the Cache Creek, Munger Mountain and Teton Pass areas.

“I walk the pathways nearly every day. My world would be a lot smaller and darker without our pathways!”

– Carol Bowers