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Length
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Al's Way

2 mi
State: WY
Asphalt

Allison Draw Greenway

2.2 mi
State: WY
Concrete

Bear River State Park

3 mi
State: WY
Asphalt, Gravel

Converse Avenue Greenway

1.9 mi
State: WY
Concrete
Accordion

Crow Creek Greenway

2.6 mi
State: WY
Concrete

Dry Creek Greenway

7 mi
State: WY
Concrete

East Cheyenne Greenway

1.8 mi
State: WY
Concrete

Grand Teton Multi-use Pathway

20.3 mi
State: WY
Asphalt

Green River Greenbelt Pathway

3.5 mi
State: WY
Asphalt, Boardwalk, Concrete

Jackson Hole Community Pathway System

27 mi
State: WY
Asphalt, Dirt

Lions Park Greenway

0.9 mi
State: WY
Concrete

Medicine Bow Rail Trail

21 mi
State: WY
Gravel

Pointe Greenway

0.9 mi
State: WY
Concrete

Wyoming Heritage Trail

22 mi
State: WY
Asphalt, Ballast, Dirt, Gravel

Yellowstone Road Greenway

1 mi
State: WY
Concrete
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
Al’s Way begins in the commercial heart of Glenrock, once a supply stop on the Oregon Trail and today a small town situated 25 miles east of the larger community of Casper in eastern Wyoming. Both this ...
WY 2 mi Asphalt
The Allison Draw Greenway extends just over 2 miles along Cheyenne's southern border. The trail is especially useful for students as it ends at the doorstep to Laramie County Community College. Travelers ...
WY 2.2 mi Concrete
The trails in Bear River State Park cover nearly 3 miles; 1.2 miles are asphalt and include an arched foot bridge across the Bear River. Another 1.7 miles of packed gravel trails are on the west side of ...
WY 3 mi Asphalt, Gravel
The Casper Rail Trail (part of the Platter River Parkway system of trails) so far extends between Walsh Drive (east of Eastdale Park) west to Center Street. The multi-use trail is paved. There are plans ...
WY 2.9 mi Concrete
The Converse Avenue Greenway can be found alongside its namesake roadway in two discrete segments. Together, these segments provide nearly 2 miles of trail in eastern Cheyenne. Both offer wide open views. The ...
WY 1.9 mi Concrete
The Crow Creek Greenway takes travelers along a tree-lined creek through busy urban areas of Wyoming's capital. The trail begins in Martin Luther King Jr. Park, which offers athletic facilities, a playground ...
WY 2.6 mi Concrete
The Dry Creek Greenway stretches 7 miles across northern Cheyenne, connecting the city's east- and west-side residences and businesses. It also runs through several community parks and joins the Yellowstone ...
WY 7 mi Concrete
Accordion
The East Cheyenne Greenway provides a pleasant route through residential areas of eastern Cheyenne. It follows N. College Drive for much of its length and ends with an expansive view of the Sun Valley ...
WY 1.8 mi Concrete
The Grand Teton Multi-use Pathway begins at the Jenny Lake Visitor Center and heads south through the community of Moose to end in Jackson. At the north end of the trail, the visitor center provides ...
WY 20.3 mi Asphalt
The Greenbelt Pathway offers more than a charming riverside stroll; as it links to a number of open spaces, it highlights the storied history and natural beauty of the region. The most popular starting ...
WY 3.5 mi Asphalt, Boardwalk, Concrete
The Jackson Hole Community Pathway System offers 27 miles of trail through some of Wyoming’s most beautiful country and connects the towns of Jackson, Teton Village (a popular ski town), and Wilson. Winding ...
WY 27 mi Asphalt, Dirt
For much of its short length, the Lions Park Greenway travels along Sloan Lake, offering pleasant views of the water. In warm weather, trail-goers can enjoy boating and fishing on the lake, or relaxing ...
WY 0.9 mi Concrete
The Medicine Bow Rail Trail snakes through the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest from the Wyoming-Colorado border in the south to near the forest boundary at SR 11. The trail is open to non-motorized ...
WY 21 mi Gravel
The Pointe Greenway primarily follows Gardenia Drive with a spur up to Pointe Park. The trail is just under a mile and travels through residential neighborhoods and open areas. With little shade along ...
WY 0.9 mi Concrete
The Wyoming Heritage Trail extends from Shoshoni south to Riverton and is paved from the trailhead in Riverton to the outskirts of the town. From there north it's mostly dirt or gravel. In places it's ...
WY 22 mi Asphalt, Ballast, Dirt, Gravel
The Yellowstone Road Greenway offers a 1-mile connector between two other trails, the Dry Creek Greenway and the Lions Park Greenway. The trail begins between McCormick Junior High School and Central ...
WY 1 mi Concrete

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Medicine Bow Rail Trail

A Wonderful Example of Forest Regrowth and an Awesome Trail

November, 2016 by wilderwomn

Two friends and I rode from the Woods Creek Trailhead to Pelton Creek and back the last weekend of October 2016. The weather was crisp and the trail was deserted - we saw one woman walking her dogs over our 24 miles on the trail. I had not been on the Medicine Bow Rail Trail for many years and was worried that the beetle infestation of a few years back might have caused deforestation around the trail making it an ugly or boring ride. To the contrary, while many trees were killed and some still stand, many have been removed. This has opened up the forest around the trail to regrowth. When I rode a section many years ago near Owen Lake, it was a corridor through thick lodgepole pine - rather bland and uninteresting after a few miles. Now, at least in the section we rode, stands of aspen are growing in and there are views opened up both by fire as well as beetle kill. Nature knows how to rejuvenate. Since the leaves had already fallen this year, I can't wait to return to the trail next fall during the height of aspen leaf season, it should be even more beautiful. We rode a combination of mountain bikes and cyclocross bikes (fitted with non-knobby tires) and the trail surface was well-packed. Even a hybrid or commute bike tire would do well. We stopped for a hot drink and some appetizers at the WyoColo lodge just off the trail, and it was cozy and friendly. This would be a great trail for beginners, families and anyone who is looking for peace and solitude and a great workout.

Dry Creek Greenway

Worth doing

September, 2016 by gretchen0b

I did this trail on a longboard. I am coming from Colorado and was not aware of the extensive trail system in Cheyenne and TrailLink is not up to date on all the trails.If I would have known I would have added Sun Valley onto my skate. I started where Dry Cr. and the Sun Valley trails converge. I ended the skate at Buffalo Ave. and Creighton St. a mile past I-25, approx. 8 miles, and approx. 550 ft. of elevation gain, 16 miles round trip. On the way back I was glad there was a tail wind because I did not break 13 MPH. Granted I was carving almost the whole way back which sheds a lot of speed but if there was no wind it would have been a really slow ride back. Not a lot of trees on this path so mid summer would be really hot. There's also not a lot of curves on this path, lots of long straight section. It wasn't the most exciting trail but I had a lot of fun. I plan on coming back and do this trail again and some of the others in Cheyenne.

Medicine Bow Rail Trail

Great gravel trail for all ages

September, 2016 by anniegowyo

This trail is a gravel trail. It's 21 miles offer various forest views, loads of wildflowers and if you're lucky you may see some wildlife. We have seen a variety of riders this summer. Volunteers are helping improve the trail from conditions brought by wildfire near Lake Owen and beetle kill a couple of years ago. The forest is regenerating. Aspen will soon be showing their beautiful fall colors. A fun, enjoyable ride for bikers of all ages.

Accordion

Medicine Bow Rail Trail

Great gravel trail for all ages

August, 2016 by anniegowyo

This trail is a gravel trail. It's 21 miles offer various forest views, loads of wildflowers and if you're lucky you may see some wildlife. We have seen a variety of riders this summer. Volunteers are helping improve the trail from conditions brought by wildfire near Lake Owen and beetle kill a couple of years ago. The forest is regenerating. Aspen will soon be showing their beautiful fall colors. A fun, enjoyable ride for bikers of all ages.

East Cheyenne Greenway

Greenways Connected 2015

August, 2015 by ajw

Cheyenne has recently expanded their trail network so that now you can ride 11 miles uninterrupted from I-25 near Western Hills Blvd to Holliday Park near downtown. This connects the Dry Creek and East Cheyenne greenways, and adds the new Sun Valley greenway in the south. We parked at Cahill Park off Dell Range Blvd and headed west on the Dry Creek trail all the way to the end at I-25. The trail is concrete with some moderate ups and downs, running between the airport and the back of businesses on Dell Range. After returning to Cahill, we went east on the Dry Creek, on the new Taft Rd connector, on the East Cheyenne greenway, on the new Sun Valley greenway which runs along the railroad, and ends at Logan Ave. There also is a short connector that takes you to Holliday Park. These are all connected now to form the Cheyenne Greenways with signs along the way. They are also concrete with some moderate hills. A nice few hours in Cheyenne. See my pics with sights and tips along the way.

Dry Creek Greenway

Greenways Connected 2015

August, 2015 by ajw

Cheyenne has recently expanded their trail network so that now you can ride 11 miles uninterrupted from I-25 near Western Hills Blvd to Holliday Park near downtown. This connects the Dry Creek and East Cheyenne greenways, and adds the new Sun Valley greenway in the south. We parked at Cahill Park off Dell Range Blvd and headed west on the Dry Creek trail all the way to the end at I-25. The trail is concrete with some moderate ups and downs, running between the airport and the back of businesses on Dell Range. After returning to Cahill, we went east on the Dry Creek, on the new Taft Rd connector, on the East Cheyenne greenway, on the new Sun Valley greenway which runs along the railroad, and ends at Logan Ave. There also is a short connector that takes you to Holliday Park. These are all connected now to form the Cheyenne Greenways with signs along the way. They are also concrete with some moderate hills. A nice few hours in Cheyenne. See my pics with sights and tips along the way.

Grand Teton Multi-use Pathway

Moose Crossing Visitors Center to Jenny Lake

June, 2015 by llltriptucker

My wife and I just finished riding from the Moose Crossing Visitors Center up to Jenny Lake. About 15.5 miles round trip. This is a great trail for all ages. There is only one hill climb in this section, just after the park entrance but it can be done without much trouble. The rest of the trip to Jenny Lake is up hill but a very gentle climb. We saw some great scenery along the way including beautiful landscapes, some wild life and lots of June desert flowers. When you get to Jenny Lake there is a store, restrooms and lots of places to rest for the trip down the hill. Don't forget to check out the lake... it is beautiful. The return trip back to the Visitors Center goes quick and easy. The trail is in great shape... we only saw a couple of places where the roots of trees had rippled the asphalt. I would recommend this bike path to anyone who likes getting out of town to ride and enjoy the sites.

Dry Creek Greenway

good trail

April, 2015 by timothy.reno.10

Nice ride with some ok climbs...

Grand Teton Multi-use Pathway

Close-in Teton views

January, 2015 by stephenrcollins

I'm a paraplegic manual wheeler; I took this trail in September 2012 for about 2 miles south from the northern trailhead at Jenny Lake visitor center. Truly amazing views of the always-impressive Tetons, as you're only about a mile or so (and on the closest paved surface) from the mountains. In addition to the obvious scenic attractiveness, also a moving experience to take this one: it is dedicated to (and was built to honor) the memory of a 13-year-old girl (Gabriella Axelrad) who was killed while bicycling on the main Grand Teton National Park road in 1999. Truly a life-changing experience.

Grand Teton Multi-use Pathway

Perfect for inline skating

October, 2014 by trondo

A very good workout fra Jackson to Jenny Lake and back. Best in Wyoming by far.

Wyoming Heritage Trail

October, 2014 by boysenkdx

Wyoming Heritage Trail

Rode The Trail With My Dirt Bike

October, 2014 by boysenkdx

It was a fun ride! I only rode till i saw the river. I started in Shoshoni and rod sit solo. Was a great ride pretty easy trails until going around the washed out place but still wastnt hard I could have went farther but I was alone. On my ride I saw one of Razor and some hunters. Great Ride for ATV's, Dirt Bikes, Ect.

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