Grand Teton National Park will launch a new Active Trails program in cooperation with St. John’s Medical Center, kicking-off the program at Miller Park in Jackson from 5:00 to 7:00 pm Thursday. The objective of the program is to get Jackson Hole community members active and outside. The partnership supports an online tracking portal where participants will log hiking and biking miles. Registered participants who log their progress on the portal are automatically entered in a lottery to win prizes that will get them back in the park for more experiences. The Active Trails program supports hands-on projects that encourage the public to lead healthy lives by actively engaging in activities that restore, protect, and create land and water trails across America.