Cache Creek Trailhead still closed to vehicles

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 and BTNF suggest that you park at May Park and […]

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Bike Raffle to Support Cache Creek Singletrack Grooming

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 donations to this bike raffle will allow us to purchase all […]

Cache Creek Road Closed to Vehicles

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 drainage but no parking is allowed in front of […]

Cache Creek Road Closed Until Further Notice

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 The Bridger-Teton National Forest staff ask that the public please stay […]

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New Singletrack Grooming Approved for Cache Creek this Winter

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 at our Crowd Rise campaign site and will include a mixture of snowmobile […]

Regional Forester Award

Friends of Pathways, Trail Manager, Chris Owen and Bridger-Teton National Forest staff were recognized on October 26, 2016 for enhancing recreational opportunities, building public relevancy and changing lives by involving conservation youth corps to sustain resources and experiences on the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Jerry Balint   Tim Farris   Chris Owen   Jessica Shaw David […]

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Friends of Pathways Asks the Candidates: Snow King

Snow King Mountain Resort is proposing a significant expansion on US Forest Service, Town and private lands within Teton County. What role do you think the Town and County should play to ensure this proposed expansion aligns with our Comprehensive Plan? From the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance Candidates for Mayor Sara Flitner: The question in […]

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Vote FOR the General Revenue Sales and Use Tax

Vote ‘FOR’ the county sales and use tax THE FACTS: – The tax will fund worker housing and transportation projects.  – The amount of tax you pay will NOT increase. – Visitors pay roughly 2/3 of general sales tax.   This is not a blank check: Both the town and county have created a special revenue […]

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Friends of Pathways Asks the Candidates: 1% General Sales Tax

Do you support the 1% local option sales tax for housing and transportation? If not, how do you propose to fund the goals set out in the Integrated Transportation Plan? Candidates for Mayor Sara Flitner:  I do. And while I understand we all hate taxes, we also live in a place with great services, safe […]

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Friends of Pathways Asks the Candidates: Integrated Transportation Plan

The Jackson/Teton County Integrated Transportation Plan (ITP) was adopted in September 2015 by the Board of County Commissioners and the Jackson Town Council. Have you read the ITP? And if so, what are your top three priorities? Candidates for Mayor Sara Flitner: Yes. My top priorities are related to setting the table effectively. I will […]