Jackson Hole, Part 2

I rode again in Jackson this morning before heading back to Ogden.  Today I headed through town and out towards Teton Village.  Because of time constraints, I didn’t make it all the way there.  I turned around just as the road started climbing Teton Pass in earnest.  It appears that the side path goes all the way to the top of the pass.  There’s another path that turns north on Wyoming 390 and goes all the way to the base of the ski resort, so I have something to look forward to.

For now, I just wanted to share some more images from around Jackson.  I apologize that some of the shots are blurry.  I rode at sunup and the light wasn’t very good.  Even though I’ve never ridden here before, the signs and street markings made navigation a breeze.  They’ve done a nice job.  If you lived here, you could get everywhere by bike.

On street bike lane on N Millward, just two blocks off the square.

On street bike lane on N Millward, just two blocks off the square.

Grade separated bike lanes on US 91 at the turnoff for Wyoming State Highway 22  heading towards Teton Pass.

Grade separated bike lanes on US 91 at the turnoff for Wyoming State Highway 22 heading towards Teton Pass.

Virtually all public buildings as well as many businesses are easily accessible by bicycle here.  The stop sign painted in the bike lane is a nice touch.

Virtually all public buildings as well as many businesses are easily accessible by bicycle here. The stop sign painted in the bike lane is a nice touch.

All in town bike routes were well signed with major destinations, directions and distance.  Lots of information made it virtually impossible to get lost.

All in town bike routes were well signed with major destinations, directions and distance. Lots of information made it virtually impossible to get lost.

There's an extensive (and growing) trail system.  Unlike the trail to Grand Teton National Park, town trails are open all year and considered a transportation and mobility resource.

There’s an extensive (and growing) trail system. Unlike the trail to Grand Teton National Park, town trails are open all year and considered a transportation and mobility resource.

The "town" trail system extends all the way to Teton Village and the famed Jackson Hole ski area.

The “town” trail system extends all the way to Teton Village…

Home of the famed Jackson Hole Ski Area...

Home of the famed Jackson Hole Ski Area…

A good time was had by all!

A good time was had by all!

 

 

 

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