DRIGGS, IDAHO AND TETON VALLEY

Location, location, location!

Ready to center your vacation on an outdoor paradise that few know about? Our cabins sit at the center of Teton Valley on the more relaxed side of the Grand Teton Range. Most know our backyeard destinations like nearby Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone.

But Teton Valley, Idaho remains a nearly undiscovered treasure. And it's just waiting for you to take full advantage of endless outdoor activities and mountain attractions.

Winter in Teton Valley

Just up the road from Teton Valley Cabins, you'll be treated to panoramic Teton views as you ascend to Grand Targhee Ski Resort. In the winter, local powder hounds will often skip the lines at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort an hour away to enjoy less-tracked snow on our side of the mountain. And it's often deeper over here anyway.

Backcountry skiers looking for a Teton-sized adventure will get a thrill out of skiing or snowboarding Teton Pass. Teton Valley is the place for the best backcountry guides to get you started.

If you can't hear the ski hills calling your name, you can also rent cross-country skis, snowshoes, or even a snowmobile for the day to experience our pristine area.

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Summer in Teton Valley

Beat the summer heat in a mountain paradise where the temperatures remain moderate throughout the hottest seasons.

Summer in the valley brings many outdoor opportunities with it. Grand Targhee offers incredible lift-accessed downhill mountain biking and many other trails open to anyone on a bike or on foot.

But all that's just the tip of the Teton Glacier as Teton Valley offers access to wild and scenic trails into the Tetons and the Big Hole Range open to hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding.

Love to fish? Bring your fly fishing rod to acclaimed local rivers known for their amazing trout fishing and serene floats.

Other reasons to visit Teton Valley

Get a taste for the vibrant Teton Valley community with events like summer’s hot air balloon festival or the Torchlight Parade at Grand Targhee in the winter.

While still a well-kept secret, Driggs and Victor are growing in popularity and size. With this growth, grocery stores, boutiques, a handful of great restaurants, outdoor gear and rental stores, bookstores, coffee shops, and a museum have all cropped up in Teton Valley.