Teton Scenic Byway
Teton Scenic Byway stretches from Ashton to Swan Valley, via Highways 32, 33 and 31 through Tetonia, Driggs, and Victor. This scenic road offers drivers never ending views of the Grand Tetons.
Grassy Lake Road
Drive through the Tetons on Grassy Lake Road, which connects with Flagg Ranch, just south of Yellowstone’s Southern entrance, to Ashton. About an hour north of Driggs, Idaho. Grassy Lake Road is a dirt road, at times rocky, muddy, and wet. The best times to drive it are August and September when it is fully clear of winter runoff. From Ashton, head east on Grassy Lake Road. Allow about 2 to 3 hours for driving time until you reach Flagg Ranch. Flagg Ranch is home to a handful of hiking and cross country ski trails. Grassy Lake Road is open to snowmobiles in the winter months.
Teton Pass connects Teton Valley, Idaho to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. This is a steep and windy road over the Teton Range. The road summits at Teton Pass, offering breathtaking views into Jackson Hole. Teton Pass is known for great hiking trails and backcountry skiing access as well. If you are driving this pass in the winter months, make sure to check with Wyoming Department of Transporation for closure information at 888-WYO-ROAD.
Mesa Falls Scenic Byway
Mesa Falls Scenic Byway is a fantastic alternate route when driving from Driggs, Idaho to West Yellowstone, Montana. The scenic byway eventually meets up with Hwy 20 at Harriman State Park, an 11,000 acre wildlife refuge offering horseback rides, and trails for hiking, biking, and cross country skiing. See our Mesa Falls page for more information.