Tour de Wyoming 2012 Route
The Tour de Wyoming 2012 celebrates its 16th year by revisiting Wyoming's lovely and hospitable Star Valley. Then we go in and out of Idaho a bit and enjoy the "back side" of the Tetons.
We start and end in Jackson Hole.
Day 1 we head south following along the Snake River, through Alpine and on to Afton.
Day 2 we continue through Star Valley and go up and over Salt River Pass and continue to Montpelier, Idaho.
Day 3 From Montpelier, we head north past Blackfoot Reservoir and along the Tin Cup Scenic Byway to return to Wyoming via Freedom and then north to Alpine. We will stay 6 miles west of Alpine at the 4H camp.
Day 4 From the 4H camp, we pedal past Palisades Reservoir and then turn north to go up and over Pine Creek Pass and on through Victor and north to Driggs, Idaho
Day 5 We have two options this day. Riders can do one, both, or none of the route. We will support the Teton Valley ride that loops through the valley beginning and ending in Driggs. We'll also have a route that goes to and from Grand Targhee Resort.
Day 6We return through Victor and then head east up and over Teton Pass to return to Jackson.
The route for our 2012 event covers 360 miles over six days.
We'll gather on Saturday, July 14 for registration and a rider's meeting (which is mandatory). Registration opens at 2 p.m. and the meeting is at 4 p.m. Registration closes at 6 p.m.
Plan for dinner out on the town.
Click on the day to view a map for that day's route.
- Day 1: Jackson to Afton (69.25 miles)
- Day 2: Afton to Montpelier, Idaho (48.2 miles)
- Day 3: Montpelier to Alpine 4H camp (107.33 miles)
- Day 4: Alpine to Driggs, Idaho (50.92 miles)
- Day 5: Teton Valley Loop Driggs to Driggs (26.82 miles)
- Day 5: Driggs to Grand Targee Resort (24.00 miles)
- Day 6: Driggs to Jackson via Teton Pass (32.70 miles)
|Overnight Towns - NOTE THESE ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE|
Alpine - 4H Camp outside of town
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