After a respite
After a respite in Yellowstone Park, we spent four days riding the former Oregon Pacific Rail line through the Caribou-Targhee National Forest in Idaho, a rail corridor that also offered early access (but from the west) to Yellowstone National Park 一 and verges on the Grand Tetons. Within Grand Teton National Park, two greenways (paths designated for non-motorized transport: cyclists, walkers, cross-country skiers…) made up the next section of our route. East of the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone, through the rest of Wyoming, only a handful of short rail-trails exists. We traveled through the Wind River Reservation, riding the Wyoming Heritage Trail and exploring the Chicago NorthWestern railway corridor and the towns along its route 一 Riverton, Shoshoni, and Casper, where our adventure ended.