WILSON, Wyo. — Part of the Wilson to Stilson Pathway will open for public use on Saturday, Nov. 4, along with the Wilson School Underpass.

Pedestrians, bicyclists and more can travel from the Stilson Transit Center to the Teton Raptor Center, marking the completion of the pathway’s first phase. The second phase, expected to be finished in June 2024, will connect over Fish Creek. Construction work in the area is ongoing, but pathway traffic shouldn’t be impacted, per the announcement from the Teton Mobility Corridor Improvements BUILD Grant Project.

“Pathways play a key role in how we safely and efficiently move around our neighborhoods and valley,” Pathways and Trails Coordinator Brian Schilling said in a statement. “Families and individuals on the south side of Highway 22 have been championing this critical connection for years. We look forward to seeing people of all ages enjoying the pathway this weekend as they move around Wilson and the greater pathway system.”

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