Wyoming Pathways is a new nonprofit organization founded to make bicycling and walking safe, convenient, and accessible – helping to create thriving communities and enhance public lands across Wyoming.
People-powered activities - like bicycling, walking, and cross-country skiing - provide many benefits to Wyoming’s residents and visitors, including efficient transportation and fun recreation. These modes also enhance public health, support economic development, and are keys to reach tourism goals.
We’ll work to engage the public and help government agencies at the state and federal levels envision and implement better policies and investments for bicycling, walking and trails.
Your support will be essential to the success of this new movement to enhance bicycling, walking and trails in Wyoming. Please consider joining as a supporter today.
For More information or to make a donation, please contact:
- Tim Young, Executive Director
- firstname.lastname@example.org and 307-413-8464
Wyoming Pathways serves as the statewide advocacy voice supporting public trails, pathways and complete streets in Wyoming communities. Our advocacy programs focus in two areas: enhance bicycle and pedestrian transportation in the public right-of-ways; and improve public land recreational opportunities for mountain biking, hiking, running, and cross-country skiing.
Wyoming Pathways Mission– to inspire, motivate and unite a strong community of public, business, and political leaders to improve nonmotorized travel and recreation opportunities in Wyoming, including bicycling, walking, hiking and cross-country skiing.