Teton County Trails & Pathways Survey Shows Extensive Local Use

Survey shows that nine out of 10 respondents use the pathways and trails in Teton County, Wyoming. Such surveys help community leaders, stakeholders, and citizens plan for the future of pathways and trails systems.

  • Nine out of 10 respondents use the pathways and trails in Teton County, Wyoming; with one in two doing so frequently.
  • The survey results provide comprehensive information on pathways and trails usage, satisfaction, strengths, weaknesses, and suggestions for improvement to help community decision-makers, stakeholder groups, and interested citizens plan for the future of Jackson Hole’s pathways and trails systems.
  • The strong use of trails and pathways demonstrates that public and private funds have been well-invested in creating, maintaining and completing the community’s trails and pathways.

Bikers on trail near Tetons Mountains
The survey results are part of ongoing research by Headwaters Economics to provide comprehensive information on pathways and trails to help community leaders, elected officials, trail users, and others better understand the benefits of trails.

The survey, released today, was prepared for the Town of Jackson, Teton County, the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, and Friends of Pathways and directed by Headwaters Economics and RRC Associates.