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Teton Pass Information

Teton Pass Highway 22 is open again after 3 weeks of closure.  Image of bus driving on detour.

Updated: 7.2.24

Teton Pass is open to travel, but many still need support. Resources will still be available all summer! Please see below for the many options.⁠

Project Updates: Pass reopened at noon on Friday, June 28th!

Teton Pass, Highway 22 is open again. The detour is paved, with two twelve foot wide lanes on the south side of the curve (inside edge) that will route traffic during the longer construction effort to rebuild the permanent roadway. See WYDOT's facebook page for impressive images and video of the project.

Tourists: Read our Teton Valley is a Destination blog for ideas on how to make the most of your time in Eastern Idaho.


WYDOT is currently the best resource for up-to-date information on the Teton Pass closure.

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Additional resources to ease the heavy burden of commuters are being developed daily. Please check back often.


Read the suggested Travel Itinerary for your time in Teton Valley: Make it Your Destination!

>Travel to/from Jackson, Wyoming can again best be accessed by traveling along HWY 22 over Teton Pass. Please prepare accordingly: route times will vary due to road construction and a reduced speedlimit. Check current route times via Google Maps .

>Access Teton Valley from Ashton, Idaho via HWY 32

>Access Teton Valley from Idaho Falls/Rexburg/Sugar City via HWY 33

>Access Teton Valley from Swan Valley, Idaho via HWY 31

Flying into the region:

>Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA) is 75 minutes to Teton Valley.

>Jackson Hole Regional Airport (JAC) is temporarily on detour and is approximately 2 hours to Teton Valley.

>Pocatello Regional Airport (PIH) is 2 hours to Teton Valley.

>Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) is 3.5 hours along the Madison River to Teton Valley.

>Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is 4.5 hours to Teton Valley.


Teton County Idaho County Commissioners, Mayors and Staff of Tetonia, Driggs and Victor, and numerous nonprofit organizations in Teton Valley are developing business relief options and additional resources for local businesses affected by the Teton Pass Closure. Please check back daily for new updates.

Economic Injury Assistance

Businesses experiencing hardship due to this unexpected detour can fill out the worksheet below as a tool from the U.S. Small Business Administration when requesting an Economic Injury Disaster Loan Declaration.

Instructions for filling out the form: In the section “Estimated Adverse Economic Impacts,” please indicate the expected reasonable duration of the losses (e.g. 2-3, 3-5 months, etc.) Next, in the Explanation Box, please provide an indication of what the estimate is based on .  If your business is anticipating declines in activity, or have experienced cancellation of reservations (hotel, tourist activities, etc) please indicate in the explanation, as well with an expected economic impact.  

Please send completed forms to Teton County Emergency Management Coordinator, Greg Adams:

Estimated Disaster Economic Injury Worksheet For Businesses

CFR Guidance SBA Disaster Declarations


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