Friends of Pathways Asks the Candidates: Bike Share

Do you support Bike Share as a program of START? Will you fund a Bike Share program in the 2017/18 Budget? Candidates for Mayor Sara Flitner:  I led the charge to get us over the hump on Bike Share, in part because the County was so generous with their capital support for the Bike Share […]


Friends of Pathways Asks the Candidates: Last Time on a Bike

When was the last time you rode a bike, and where? Candidates for Mayor Sara Flitner:  I got a great ride in during last week’s sunny weather, from my house out towards  the Village. As far as errands go, I use my cruiser a lot…I would use it less if I remembered to buy the […]

Old Bill’s – Still Time!

[vimeo]https://vimeo.com/182577168[/vimeo] Saturday’s Old Bill’s Fun Run was a great day for the Jackson Hole community. Thanks to everyone for participating and for visiting our booth in the historic town square for the 2016 Old Bill’s Fun Run! If you haven’t made your contributions yet- there’s still time to give to favorite local charities!

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Trail Conditions for 9-8-16

We are working to finish the last 2 miles of the Skyline Trail.  We are working downhill towards the Game Creek Trail narrowing the wide bench that the trail machine built to support itself.  This involves pulling down the backslope to prevent erosion, slightly outsloping the tread and making it 18 inches wide, and raking […]



  Big News on the FOP-front today! Last night the Jackson Town Councilors voted big thumbs up for Bike Share. Read All About It in the Jackson Hole News & Guide HERE ‘The Jackson bike share program became fully funded Tuesday night. During its semimonthly meeting the Town Council unanimously agreed to provide $22,558 to […]


Old Bill’s Fun Run 2016

IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN…TIME TO SHOW YOUR LOVE FOR TRAILS AND PATHWAYS KNOWING THAT…   Here’s a little glance at just some of the ways Friends of Pathways has committed to supporting a vibrant community –       Promoting sustainable transportation and healthy recreation in Jackson Hole. Thank you for making an […]

The Weekend With FOP

Howdy Strangers- Yonder is what a weekend in Jackson Hole can look like thanks to the efforts of our organization. It’s easy to celebrate the weekend and in this case, the holiday weekend,  in good health and sustainable style The FOP WAY. It’s truly as simple as taking a walk, to safely riding your bike […]

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Skyline Trail Connected, not Finished

After a ton of hard work by everyone involved the crews made a rough connection on the Skyline Trail this week.  I emphasize rough!  The trail is passable and we encourage people to go explore it but to heed all closures and instruction by the crews working on the trail.  There are several switchbacks where […]



Got a case of the Mondays? Here’s a little social planning to lift the spirits – and with the drink-aspect of the Teton Food Tour- we’re talking about lifting said ‘spirit’ in more ways than one. Did someone say Snake River Beer? The Teton Food Tour is an annual pedal-powered, food-focused event bringing the best […]

Skyline Trail Update

The Skyline Trail Project is moving along nicely with 2.5 miles finished on the western side from Ferrins, and on the eastern side from Game Creek there is 2.5 miles of rough trail done with the first .75 miles finished.  This past week we had 4 crews working on the trail, the Montana Conservation Corp […]

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Pyramid Peak Access

A reminder for anyone skiing in the Pyramid Peak area this winter, PLEASE respect private land when entering and leaving the national forest.  The only access to the Phillip’s Canyon and Pyramid Peak area is along the access trail directly across from the plowed parking on the east side of Fish Creek Rd. ~3 miles north of Wilson.  This access trail crosses private property to the Phillip’s Canyon and Ridge trails and the landowners have been generous to let the public use this area over the years.  That does not however mean that you can ski through their property because you want a few more turns.  Please use the access trail when entering the national forest and be aware of where the property line is between the national forest and private land so on your way out you can traverse down and right and follow signs similar to the one seen here that will lead you along the boundary and to the bridge on the access trail.  Being respectful will help keep this access open for users year round, so please help spread the word among your touring partners.