State Awards Grant To Build Trails Near Jackson

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Lands and Investments Board has awarded $375,715 to help build about 27 miles of hiking and biking trails near Jackson. The money will help pay for part of a $775,000 project intended to add trails and improve existing trails at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Snow King Resort, on Teton Pass and in the greater Snow King area.
Tim Young is the executive director of Friends of Pathways. He says the additional trails will help put Jackson on the map for biking enthusiasts and bring in tourism dollars. The plan includes 10 miles of new bike trails and a bike park near the Teewinot lift at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The plan also includes improving portions of the Upper Game Creek trail in the great Snow King trail system.

I was going to let this

I was going to let this slide but just can't. the state of Wyoming, do broke that it cannot afford to take care of the disabled at renew, has money to improve the playground of the rich?

I agree

This just goes to show how much the state government cares about their citizens. They'd rather build walking paths for tourists than take care of the disable citizens of their own state!!! OMG!

J. S. Luckjohn

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