Teton Valley Events

Seasons change at Teton Valley Cabins

  • Posted on November 1, 2015
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Seasons change at Teton Valley Cabins and in Teton Valley. Our beautiful Indian Summer is gone. So are the golden leaves on the quaking aspens for that matter.  There will be no more hikes to Table Mountain in 2015 and the hot lazy evenings of having a cocktail in the grass of the Knotty Pine are also in our  rear view mirror. For the past few weeks, we wake up in the morning to a thick frost and within a week, any moisture or rain we get will fall to the ground in precious flakes that are as valuable as gold in…

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Teton Valley Cabins knows a good party!

  • Posted on October 2, 2015
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    Teton Valley Cabins knows a good party when we host one! Just yesterday, an owner hosted a an outdoor party for friends, colleagues, and employees. The open and inviting spaces of our lodge offered something for everyone. There were options for volleyball, horsheoes, cornhole- even a soak in the jacuzzi. The party was a potluck and started early. Perhaps what made it quite unique was that a whole lamb was roasted  (A classic Argentine asado) as the main entrée and arced over a fire for close to 9 hours. After the sun went down, and clear and starry skies dominated overhead,…

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Enjoy Driggs Offseason Specials at Teton Valley Cabins!

  • Posted on September 13, 2015
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Fall has fallen and that means that it is time to enjoy Driggs offseason specials at Teton Valley Cabins. You ask,  “What will l be able to do while I am there?” Yes, this is a common inquiry always asked of off season folks contemplating a visit to Teton Valley Cabins during our “shoulder season” otherwise known as the slower time of year at the property. Our response?  Enjoy the quiet! Have a  soak in the jacuzzi in solidarity or only with your traveling companion. The reasons are abundant….. Autumn in Teton Valley is quiet compared to the buzz that the height of summer brings…

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Teton Valley Activities: Grand Targhee Music Fest

  • Posted on July 14, 2015
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A favorite Teton Valley Activity: Grand Targhee Music Fest. 11 years and counting. Just a few days away! Coming July 17th through July 19th, this line-up is calling folks from all over the nation to come and hear a fantastic collection of artists – all the while sitting amongst the most photographed mountain range America has to offer.  You may be a GT festival veteran, or this could be your maiden voyage. Either way – lookout for an amazing time on all levels. This is a family event for some, a raucous good time for others, and on all accounts –…

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Teton Valley Activities: Music On Main

  • Posted on April 12, 2015
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Teton Valley Activities: Music on Main: This past week, the Teton Valley Foundation announced its Summer 2015 lineup. This summer also marks the incredible milestone of the 10th Anniversary.  The Teton Valley Foundation has reached a place where we can consistently book incredible bands because people WANT to play here despite our nonprofit budget.   It’s also because our talent booker Pete from Toasted Buffalo Productions  works his magic thanks to his deep industry connections and steadfast support of our mission.  The end result is that we will continue to host incredible bands. This season boasts one of our most diverse collections of music yet from Southern Rock, to Americana, to New Orleans Brass (with a twist of hiphop),…

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Teton Valley Idaho Activities: Alta Track

  • Posted on January 28, 2015
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Teton Valley, Idaho activities abound; this is true. So in the winter on the next bluebird day, ask any local Nordic skier in Teton Valley where to go, and the Alta track will be on the tip of his or her tongue. With just over  1o rolling kilometers of groomed skate and classic track offered, any level of skier can come out and get the most bang for his or her buck. Why is that, You ask?  well first and foremost, it is free – so there is a win-win right off the bat. Secondly, its about a seven minute drive from the Driggs city…

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Ski Wydaho and let us tell you why!

  • Posted on December 28, 2014
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This winter you must ski Wydah0 and  let us tell you why!  There are so many obvious reasons of why you should lay your sleepy head at Teton Valley Cabins each night after you have spent the day on the slopes of Grand Targhee, but in case you have never been to Grand Targhee, or it has been a while, we wanted to give you a quick refresher of what makes it such a cool, low-key place with arguably the fluffiest and most copius amounts of powder on earth. As you drive towards the entrance gates of Grand Targhee, you quickly…

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Idaho Backcountry Skiing: Teton Canyon

  • Posted on December 12, 2014
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Idaho backcountry skiing: Teton Canyon is the hidden gem. Except that is not really hidden. When you stay at  Teton Valley Cabins, you are only 5 miles from the trailhead whose parking lot has a hovering Grand Teton Peak looming overhead. The Teton Canyon trail is on U.S. Forest Service land. This trail is the first to be groomed in the fall and the last to be groomed in the spring. Teton Canyon is our most scenic trail, taking a gentle path up the valley directly towards the Grand Teton. This is a heavily used trail on the weekends and gets a…

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Driggs, Idaho activities: mountain biking

  • Posted on August 23, 2014
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Driggs, Idaho activities: mountain biking! Yes, alongside flyfishing, skiing, hiking and touring the national parks-mountain biking is starting to become an attraction for the whole family.  So…. if you are thinking about throwing your bike in for your visit to Teton Valley Cabins, that is a definite yes! An excellent resource calling your name is just 10 miles up the road. Grand Targhee has been hard at work to create a “one size fits all” mountain biking stop for everyone involved, regardless of their levels. If you wish, it is always an option to enjoy a road bike ride from town up to…

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Driggs, Idaho Activities: Plein Air Workshop

  • Posted on August 14, 2014
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 Driggs, Idaho activities: Plein Air took place this past month! From July 27 through August 2, artists gathered in Driggs to take part in learning, collaboration, and a little healthy competition. In the world of Art, Plein Air is an expression from the French which means “in the open air,” and is used to describe the act of painting outdoors. Plein Air painting challenges artists to concentrate on the information in front them, and re-create their impression with paint onto canvas in the moment.  Plein Air painting became popular in France in the late 19th century and largely contributed to…

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