Friends of Pathways has a formal partnership with the USFS to collaborate on design, construction and stewardship of local trails for all users – hike, bike, horse, and ski. We’re committed to providing easy year round access to trails in order to maintain our high quality of life in Jackson Hole.

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 put pathway access at risk! Obey pathways usage guidelines during Coronavirus. 

  • Maintain 6 ft. of separation between users at all times!
  • We encourage everyone to travel at a safe speed and make sure you give other pathway users a comfortable amount of space, especially with the current concerns about COVID-19 and social distancing.
  • Travel on the right half of the pathway, pass on the left—and only when it’s safe to pass with no oncoming traffic.
  • Faster riders yield to slower users—it is always the responsibility of the faster-moving user to pass safely.
  • Signal audibly BEFORE passing. Ring your bell or say “on your left” and make sure the person has heard you and knows you’re passing.
  • Travel at a safe speed. Watch out for little kids, older folks, and less experienced users who may be less predictable and less steady on their feet or bikes.
  • Be alert. Keep an eye out for users approaching from behind, and make sure you can hear and respond to others on the pathway (mind the ear buds!)
  • Don’t block the trail. If you’re with a group, make sure to stay on the right half of the pathway. When stopped, please step completely off the side of the path and keep the trail clear for other users.
  • Keep dogs under control and clean up after pets. Dogs are required to be on leash on Town of Jackson pathways and under voice control on County pathways. Please bag AND DISPOSE OF your dog’s waste using the Mutt Mitts and the many trash cans provided for your convenience.

How to Stay Safe and Have Fun on Busy Pathways

With so many people out on the pathways right now, a lot of whom might not regularly use pathways and are perhaps a little rusty on their pathways etiquette, Friends of Pathways and the Jackson/Teton County Pathways program would like to remind…
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…

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…

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…

Trail Conditions for 8-23-19

The last 2 weeks were busy ones.  The youth trail crew finished up their season by clearing trees off the ridge trail with Randy, then they cleaned all the drains on the Big Rocks trail.  After that they built a turnpike in Black Canyon,…
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Trail Conditions for 8-9-19

This week the crew worked on rebenching some switchbacks on the Ferrin's Trail and breaking off the corner of the Ferrin's Rock.  After a hearing more stories of bike crashes there (handlebars are getting wider right?) and having to try…


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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. Please consider making donation to help fund this work by donating online.