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Teton Valley Idaho, is winter gone for good?

  • Posted on February 22, 2015
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Teton Valley Idaho, is winter gone for good? Heck no! For those of you old timers, or at least folks who have called Teton Valley home for a few years know that winter will return, and the second blast may very well be already on its way! These past two weeks have merely been a tease, a drop of water in the sea of thirst, and before we know it, we will be shoveling and dressing in layers and Gore-Tex soon enough. Memories of camping on Memorial Day Weekend and waking up to six inches of fresh precip are not a far cry…

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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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Driggs, Idaho Activities: Great Snowfest 2015

  • Posted on January 15, 2015
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  Driggs, Idaho activities: The Great Snowfest of 2015. If you have the chance while visiting, you should really take a stroll downtotwn and marvel at the snow sculptures that will emerge from the pounded giant cubes that are being presently compacted. They will soon grace the front area of the Driggs Community Center.  The process is incredible. I mean… is it not accomplishment enough to just simply exist and stand out in cold weather? Then you have the crazy sportser people, the ones who are driven by the snow and whose eyes start to twinkle at the thought of playing in powdery…

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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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Think Teton Valley Cabins… think Family Ski Vacations!

  • Posted on November 16, 2014
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Winter has come in like a lion!!!! Just six short days ago, I was vigorously planting fall bulbs in my flower beds, smiling as I knew I was just in time, meeting the deadline prior to the ground freezing. Little did I know I had so narrowly made the dealine of 18 fresh inches of crystal snow in my yard and frigid temps. Yes – let us embrace the magical arrival of this winter. Don’t let it sneak up on you the way it snuck up on me! It is time to plan your family ski vacations at Teton Valley…

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TVC employees enjoy Grand Teton National Park

  • Posted on October 13, 2014
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TVC employees enjoy Grand Teton National Park! This past month, on a sunny, but brisk day in September, all of the employees of Teton Valley Cabins enjoyed an evening cruise along the banks of lake at the base of the majestic and  famous Teton range. A special thank you for the invitation and hospitality of Jenny Lake Boating, and its owners.   One of the attractive features of staying at Teton Valley Cabins, is the convenience of driving into the national parks each day and seeing some of it’s glorious gems, such as Jenny Lake. Some of our long-standing employees however, had…

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Teton Valley Wildflowers

  • Posted on September 21, 2014
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It is easy to reflect on our beautiful summer season by remembering all of the Teton Valley Wildflowers! With such a beautiful Fall, we have been lucky enough to spot several varieties even  into the month of September.  There are many species of native wildflowers that grow within a few miles of Teton Valley Cabins, and if you climb in elevation, such as on your way to or  during your time spent at Grand Targhee, you will find a series of other sets who like it more intense –  with tolerances of harsher  wind, temperatures, and sun!  The best times to see wildflowers at their peak…

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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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Victor Idaho Activities: Music on Main

  • Posted on July 18, 2014
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For seven Thursdays this summer Victor, Idaho will be buzzing and loud with activity, from a now household slogan known as Music on Main. To the outside visitor and passer by, this outdoor musical venue looks like a great way to grab some eclectic dinner in a mountain town and have some decent “people watching.” To the locals and long timers of the valley – it is a mainstay in the heart of our fundraising pulse. If you live in Teton County, you come to Music on Main to see your friends, land upon some dinner that you don’t have to…

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Grand Teton National Park: Jenny Lake and Hidden Falls

  • Posted on July 8, 2014
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A day in Grand Teton National Park during your stay at Teton Valley Cabins is a must do. More specifically, a stop at Jenny Lake will surpass your expectations.  Whether you live in the region or you are travelling thousands of miles across the country, or world – the grandeur and majesty of the Grand Teton Mountain range has yet to disappoint.  At the base of those mountains, is Jenny Lake and the  200 foot cascading (and quite famous) Hidden Falls. Jenny Lake is named after a Shoshone Indian who married an Englishman, Richard “Beaver Dick” Leigh.   Explore the Jenny Lake Ranger Station for…

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