Driggs Idaho is settled on the western side of the Grand Teton Mountain Range in Teton Valley. Noted as one of the ten best outdoors recreations destinations in the US, by National Geographic Magazine, Driggs is popular among outdoors enthusiasts. With a variety of accommodations on hand, Driggs offers lodgings for all vacationers, including great campgrounds for an overall experience in the natural surroundings.
Just beyond the border of Idaho is the Grand Teton National Park and Mountain Range; Driggs lies within the Teton Valley, west of the border. From hiking the great outdoors to teeing off at the golf course to taking in the luxury at one of the resorts, Teton Valley has something to offer every vacationer. Paying a visit to this area of the country often entails a jaunt to the neighboring national parks, Grand Teton and Yellowstone, both requiring a drive through some of the most beautiful scenery in the state.
Set amidst the countryside of the Grand Tetons, Driggs Idaho offers an abundance of outdoors activities, from horseback riding in the summer to skiing in the winter. Fly fishing in the Teton River is popular and engaging for many visitors. Hiking and backpacking is a perfect way to experience nature and the local wildlife; following Teton Canyon towards the Alaska Basin will eventually lead to the Grand Teton National Park. Grand Targhee Resort is a major destination for many outdoors enthusiasts, mountain bikers in the summer and skiers and snowboarders in the winter.
Hotels & Lodging
Hotels & Lodging
Resorts, spas, bed and breakfasts, hotels, and campgrounds provide a wide range of options for visitors of Teton Valley. Amenities vary with each establishment, and each experience is a complement for every vacation in the region.