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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 through the Jackson Hole Valley, the trail is nestled among the Rocky Mountains.
On the north end of Jackson, you can pick up the North Pathway to head north to Moose, headquarters of Grand Teton National Park, which sprawls more than 300,000 acres and offers camping and a wealth of outdoor recreational opportunities. East of the trail is the National Elk Refuge, home not only to elk, but also bison, bighorn sheep, moose, deer, and other wildlife.
This network of trails includes the Russ Garaman Trail, School Trail, Indian Springs Trail, Melody Ranch Trail, Teton Pines/Teton Village Road Pathway, and the Wilson Centennial Trail.
On-street parking is readily available in Jackson. You can also park at the Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center (532 N. Cache Street, Jackson).
Amazing trail; definitely worth exploring. Awesome interconnected pathway with excellent signage. Most sections are paved and completely separate from the road - even though they parallel many main roads. We went 32 miles in eBikes which was good due to the wild.
We rode from Wilson Rd past the Teton village. Absolutely beautiful. Not tough at all. We stopped to take a picture of a moose and noticed he was a wood cut out. They put them on that road to slow people down. Ingenious.
Rode from wilson to park entrance. trail is paved the entire way and even though it rides alongside the road, it really isn't that bad. watch for moose though...esp the lifesize models.
The entire jackson pathway is interconnected which the RTC map is in error. We parked at the huge transfer shuttle parking lot which is central to the main trail and spurs.
There are lots of views, turns, hills and benches. Great way to get around the "hole", esp when the main highway into the town is jammed with vehicles and the only bridge in town is under repair and 50% of the car lanes are closed...
The trail from Jackson to Jenny lake is paved all of its glorious 31 miles!
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