#1 World Class Fly Fishing

Whether a first time angler or a seasoned expert, our trout waters are sure to exceed your expectations with ample Yellowstone cutthroat, rainbow, and brown trout. Book a guided trip with any of our experienced outfitters, and come enjoy the experience of a lifetime (and maybe even the catch of a lifetime!).

#2 Light Dry Teton Powder – Skiing & Snowboarding

Light Dry Teton Powder – Skiing & Snowboarding: Teton Valley is home to unbeatable skiing and snowboarding terrain in the heart of the Teton Mountain Range. For an unforgettable winter getaway, visit Grand Targhee Resort for unparalleled access to over 500 inches of light powder snow each year. Or, take on the backcountry terrain atop Teton Pass, Teton Canyon, and much more.

#3 Mountain Biking Mecca

With hundreds of miles of singletrack throughout Teton Valley, it is no wonder this region is considered the best kept secret in mountain biking. Come test your skills on Grand Targhee Resort’s 46 miles of multi-use singletrack trails, 9 lift services downhill trails, and explore the 27 mile Grand Targhee Loop newly distinguished as an IMBA Epic Trail.

#4 Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks

Your gateway to both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, Teton Valley surrounded by multiple national park entrance. Less than one hour from Teton Valley and you’ll enter Grand Teton National Park. To the north, you’ll find the western entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Enjoy breathtaking views, must-do hikes, and adventure around each corner!

#5 Genuine Western Hospitality

Whether chatting with a clerk at any of our exciting shops, dinning at our gourmet restaurants, or checking in at any lodge, you’ll enjoy genuine Western hospitality from all you meet. Our laid-back atmosphere lends itself to a community of Teton Valley locals more than happy to share why they answered the call of the mountains!

#6 Top Notch Music Scene

From Victor’s weekly free summer Music on Main series to Grand Targhee Resort’s two top notch music festivals, Teton Valley is full of great tunes and great times all summer long. Come experience Grand Targhee’s outdoor amphitheater at Targhee Fest and Bluegrass or dance to your favorite acts each Thursday at Music on Main.

#7 Unparalleled Wildlife

From bald eagles to osprey, black bears to moose, Teton Valley is home to some of nature’s most majestic, wild creatures. On your visit, keep an eye out for an opportunity to see one of these amazing animals in their natural habitat. And remember, they are wild.

#8 Geotourism Center

Stop by the world’s first Geotourism Center in Driggs, Idaho, for a look into the unique geography, rich culture and history, and Teton Scenic Byway, located within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, all under one roof.

#9 Hiking & Camping

Take a day trip to Teton Canyon for breathtaking views, or book a guided trip to summit the Grand Teton. Teton Valley has hiking and camping adventures for all levels, from experienced mountaineers look to reach new heights to enthusiastic families looking for quality time in the wilderness.

#10 Local Fare & Farmers Market

Come sample our local fare and get a taste for the Tetons! From locally sourced game and homegrown fresh produce to international cuisine and Americana classics, our restaurants offer something for everyone.

Teton Valley Idaho

Teton ValleyIdaho is located on the Western slope of the Teton Mountain Range with unbeatable scenic views, endless adventure opportunities, and authentic western hospitality. World-class trout waters, endless amounts of Teton snow, miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails are awaiting your next visit! Stop in the Geotourism Center to find information about your visit and the valley.

Teton Geotourism Center

Monday and Tuesday 10am – 4pm 
Thursday through Saturday 10am – 4pm 
Sunday 12pm – 4pm 

Begin your journey at the world’s first Geotourism Center located in Driggs, Idaho, your portal for your journey on the Teton Scenic Byway, located within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. This Byway will take you through a magnificent expanse of rolling hills of farmland with the Teton Mountain Range as your backdrop on your way to Yellowstone National Park or Jackson, Wyoming, and Grand Teton National Park.

Teton Regional Economic Coalition

Headquartered in the Teton Geotourism Center 
60 S. Main St, PO Box 1557, Driggs,  Idaho 83422

Our Mission: To develop a vibrant and diverse economy by retaining, strengthening, and recruiting businesses to Teton Valley.  Thereby enhancing the experience of residents and tourists.

Teton Valley is known for:

  • Vibrant, sustainable, successful local businesses.
  • Meaningful career opportunities at above national average wages.
  • High quality activities and amenities for residents and visitors.
  • Exceptional natural environment.

Shop & Stay Local!

Teton Valley is a vibrant community that offers a wide range of shops, restaurants, lodging options, events, and services.  You’ll enjoy pure western hospitality while exploring the greater Yellowstone area. From local crafts, award winning restaurants, events and music festivals, you’ll find something for everyone to enjoy.

Moose Creek Ranch

100% Organic

The valley is rich in agricultural history and is home to many organic farms.  Produce is available at regional farmers markets seasonally.  Local farmers offer many educational and informational opportunities and farm visits are encouraged

Local Merchants


Fun and Friendly

Recreation Opportunities

Special Events

Grand Targhee Opening Day

November 22, 2019

Join us for opening day of the 2019/20 Winter Season! Lodging opens on November 21 and the lifts will start spinning at 9:00am on November 22, conditions permitting.
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