Entries by FOPMaster

Snow King Master Plan Comments to USFS

March 31, 2020 Derek Ibarguen, Acting Forest Supervisor Bridger-Teton National Dorest P.O. Box 1888 340 North Cache Street Jackson, WY 83001 Dear Derek, On behalf of Friends of Pathways (FOP), we are submitting comments regarding the On-Mountain Improvements Project for Snow King Mountain Resort. FOP has partnered with the Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF) over the […]

Trapping restrictions on popular trails in Teton County, WY

The following is the letter submitted by Friends of Pathways to Wyoming Game & Fish Department in support of a proposal by Wyoming Untrapped to prevent trapping at popular trailheads in Teton County.   April 2, 2020 Wyoming Game & Fish Commission c/o Sheridan Todd 5400 Bishop Blvd. Cheyenne, WY 82006 RE: Trapping restrictions on […]

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Pathway Plowing Update – March 30th

Pathway Plowing Updates March 30, 2020 Parks and Rec started clearing the 3 Creek section of pathway on Sunday, March 29th. It will likely take a couple of days to get all of the snow removed. The Moose-Wilson/390 pathway from Lake Creek to the Village will start getting plowed this coming week as well. Don’t […]

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We will be posting pathway plowing and sweeping updates as often as possible on this page and on our Facebook page. Pathways maintenance personnel will be focusing on the winter-to-spring transition over the next several weeks, which includes sweeping sections that were plowed during the winter and clearing snow off of sections that were groomed […]

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Trail Conditions for 9-27-19

With the weather this weekend it seemed like a good time to remind people about when not to use the trails.  Our trails hold up well to the amount of use they get and because they get so much traffic they tend to be very compressed and shed water well, especially with the 1000’s of […]

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Trail Conditions for 9-6-19

Over the last 2 weeks we have been busy taking care of a bunch of small projects including clearing trees off of the Skyline, Game, West Game, and Wilson Canyon trails.  We have been brushing, fixing signs, looking for signs (if anyone knows the whereabouts of the Lithium sign I would very much like it […]