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Summer Activity Guide

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Summer Activity Guide

Sightseeing
This trail is accessed from Darby Canyon, half way between the towns of Victor and Driggs. Wind Cave Trail is a 6.9 mile roundtrip heavily trafficked out and back trail that features a waterfall and a large cave. It is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options, best used from June until September and is a locals favorite. Be sure to bring a flashlight to explore the cave. Descending deeper to the cave requires technical climbing equipment and warm layers.
Wind Cave
This trail is accessed from Darby Canyon, half way between the towns of Victor and Driggs. Wind Cave Trail is a 6.9 mile roundtrip heavily trafficked out and back trail that features a waterfall and a large cave. It is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options, best used from June until September and is a locals favorite. Be sure to bring a flashlight to explore the cave. Descending deeper to the cave requires technical climbing equipment and warm layers.
This trail is accessed from Teton Canyon and is extremely scenic. Start at the North Fork of Teton Canyon Trailhead. It is a 10.7 mile roundtrip heavily trafficked loop trail located near Alta, that features beautiful wild flowers, vistas of the west side of the Grand Teton and is rated as difficult. This hike is well worth it and requires a full day.
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Table Mountain
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This trail is accessed from Teton Canyon and is extremely scenic. Start at the North Fork of Teton Canyon Trailhead. It is a 10.7 mile roundtrip heavily trafficked loop trail located near Alta, that features beautiful wild flowers, vistas of the west side of the Grand Teton and is rated as difficult. This hike is well worth it and requires a full day.
Another trail accessed from Teton Canyon. This hike is a favorite among many locals. Whether taking advantage of wonderful backcountry camping or simply going out for a long day hike or run you will find the trail incredibly scenic. This is a 15 mile roundtrip, heavily trafficked hike with plenty elevation gain. Doing this as a day hike will require a full day.
Alaska Basin
Another trail accessed from Teton Canyon. This hike is a favorite among many locals. Whether taking advantage of wonderful backcountry camping or simply going out for a long day hike or run you will find the trail incredibly scenic. This is a 15 mile roundtrip, heavily trafficked hike with plenty elevation gain. Doing this as a day hike will require a full day.
Coal Creek Meadows is a 4.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located just 10 minutes up Teton Pass from Moose Creek Ranch. This is a moderate hike with wildflowers and scenic vistas. This hike can be linked up with other trails to make for a longer trek or loop.
Coal Creek Trail Head
Coal Creek Meadows is a 4.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located just 10 minutes up Teton Pass from Moose Creek Ranch. This is a moderate hike with wildflowers and scenic vistas. This hike can be linked up with other trails to make for a longer trek or loop.
Ski Lake Trail is a 4.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near the top of Teton Pass that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail. This hike starts from Phillips Trailhead. On the eastern side of Teton Pass a sign for Phillips Canyon marks the dirt road leading to the trailhead. Park here or across the road in the larger parking area. Start hiking up the forest service road and follow the signs for ski lake on your left.
Ski Lake
Ski Lake Trail is a 4.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near the top of Teton Pass that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail. This hike starts from Phillips Trailhead. On the eastern side of Teton Pass a sign for Phillips Canyon marks the dirt road leading to the trailhead. Park here or across the road in the larger parking area. Start hiking up the forest service road and follow the signs for ski lake on your left.
Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park make up the heart of what is known as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Our guests spend most days heading out and exploring the natural beauty, wildlife and scenery of the parks that has made this area so famous. Information on routes, hiking, and backcountry use can be found at the visitor centers or entrance kiosks to the parks where you will also receive park maps.
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グランドティトン国立公園
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Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park make up the heart of what is known as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Our guests spend most days heading out and exploring the natural beauty, wildlife and scenery of the parks that has made this area so famous. Information on routes, hiking, and backcountry use can be found at the visitor centers or entrance kiosks to the parks where you will also receive park maps.
Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park make up the heart of what is known as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Our guests spend most days heading out and exploring the natural beauty, wildlife and scenery of the parks that has made this area so famous. Information on routes, hiking, and backcountry use can be found at the visitor centers or entrance kiosks to the parks where you will also receive park maps.
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イエローストーン国立公園
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Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park make up the heart of what is known as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Our guests spend most days heading out and exploring the natural beauty, wildlife and scenery of the parks that has made this area so famous. Information on routes, hiking, and backcountry use can be found at the visitor centers or entrance kiosks to the parks where you will also receive park maps.
Mountain Biking
Grand Targhee Resort is not just a winter destination. Voted #2 in the Top 5 Best Bike Parks in the Northwest region on MTBparks.com three years running! With spectacular single track trails winding through wildflower meadows and miles of technical lift serviced downhill trails, Grand Targhee Resort established itself as the first downhill mountain bike destination in the Tetons. Explore over 2,000 vertical feet of lift-serviced downhill and 70-plus miles of multi-use trails for cross country and downhill mountain biking, as well as hiking and horseback riding. The Grand Targhee Bike Park offers every style of riding for every level of mountain bike rider: Gentle, banked cruisers; tight and twisty single track, cross country; gnarly, rock strewn downhill; drop offs; and much more.
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Grand Targhee Resort
3300 Ski Hill Road
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Grand Targhee Resort is not just a winter destination. Voted #2 in the Top 5 Best Bike Parks in the Northwest region on MTBparks.com three years running! With spectacular single track trails winding through wildflower meadows and miles of technical lift serviced downhill trails, Grand Targhee Resort established itself as the first downhill mountain bike destination in the Tetons. Explore over 2,000 vertical feet of lift-serviced downhill and 70-plus miles of multi-use trails for cross country and downhill mountain biking, as well as hiking and horseback riding. The Grand Targhee Bike Park offers every style of riding for every level of mountain bike rider: Gentle, banked cruisers; tight and twisty single track, cross country; gnarly, rock strewn downhill; drop offs; and much more.
Nemo and Grumpy: This is the closest mountain biking to Moose Creek Ranch. You can ride right from the ranch without loading all the gear into a vehicle. The full loop is roughly 5.7 miles and is fairly easy biking. Nemo is 2 miles and Grumpy is 1.7 miles. The trail is best described as “Fast and fun with lots of flow.” The ride is mostly in the trees, popping out to scenic vistas over Teton Valley from time to time. This ride can be expended by hopping in Ladyslipper: This trail can be ridden as an extension to Nemo and Grumpy. It is 3.2 miles one way and very flowly.
Mike Harris Campground
Forest Road 330
Nemo and Grumpy: This is the closest mountain biking to Moose Creek Ranch. You can ride right from the ranch without loading all the gear into a vehicle. The full loop is roughly 5.7 miles and is fairly easy biking. Nemo is 2 miles and Grumpy is 1.7 miles. The trail is best described as “Fast and fun with lots of flow.” The ride is mostly in the trees, popping out to scenic vistas over Teton Valley from time to time. This ride can be expended by hopping in Ladyslipper: This trail can be ridden as an extension to Nemo and Grumpy. It is 3.2 miles one way and very flowly.
Offering over 62 miles of primarily downhill mountain biking trails. Teton Pass is a downhill mountain bikers paradise. These rides are often ridden as a shuttle, by parking at the top of base of Teton Pass at the Stagecoach and hitchhiking to the top. Some of our favorites are Phillips Canyon Trail, Fuzzy Bunny, Jimmy’s Mom, Parallel, Lithium, and Black Canyon.
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Teton Pass
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Offering over 62 miles of primarily downhill mountain biking trails. Teton Pass is a downhill mountain bikers paradise. These rides are often ridden as a shuttle, by parking at the top of base of Teton Pass at the Stagecoach and hitchhiking to the top. Some of our favorites are Phillips Canyon Trail, Fuzzy Bunny, Jimmy’s Mom, Parallel, Lithium, and Black Canyon.
Water
String Lake is a very popular destination in the summer time for folks looking to cool down beachside in Grand Teton National Park. A popular place to paddle board, kayak, etc because the shallow waters warm too comfortable swimming by mid-summer. Paddling north on String Lake leads you to a portage into Leigh Lake, another lake at the base of the Tetons that offers stunning views.
String Lake
String Lake is a very popular destination in the summer time for folks looking to cool down beachside in Grand Teton National Park. A popular place to paddle board, kayak, etc because the shallow waters warm too comfortable swimming by mid-summer. Paddling north on String Lake leads you to a portage into Leigh Lake, another lake at the base of the Tetons that offers stunning views.
Jackson Lake Dam to Pacific Creek Boat Launch in Grand Teton National Park: Hop up to Grand Teton National Park for this five-mile Class I river float. Put in by the Jackson Lake Dam and take out at the Pacific Creek Boat Ramp. This stretch of river is very mellow and possibly one of the most scenic paddles in the country! South Park to Astoria: This section of the Snake River is south of Jackson. It is a 9 mile intermediate route, put in at South Park and take out at Astoria. This is a great place to hone in your river skills. The river has a deep single channel with eddies and waves to catch. Not recommended for families with smaller children. This section of the Snake is up to Class II water and can turn into Class III when water levels are high.
Snake River Canyon
Jackson Lake Dam to Pacific Creek Boat Launch in Grand Teton National Park: Hop up to Grand Teton National Park for this five-mile Class I river float. Put in by the Jackson Lake Dam and take out at the Pacific Creek Boat Ramp. This stretch of river is very mellow and possibly one of the most scenic paddles in the country! South Park to Astoria: This section of the Snake River is south of Jackson. It is a 9 mile intermediate route, put in at South Park and take out at Astoria. This is a great place to hone in your river skills. The river has a deep single channel with eddies and waves to catch. Not recommended for families with smaller children. This section of the Snake is up to Class II water and can turn into Class III when water levels are high.
A trip to Jackson Hole is hardly complete with out Rafting the Snake River. The whitewater is found in the Snake River Canyon south of Jackson and there are many different outfitters that run river trips. We recommend booking ahead of time.
Mad River Boat Trips
A trip to Jackson Hole is hardly complete with out Rafting the Snake River. The whitewater is found in the Snake River Canyon south of Jackson and there are many different outfitters that run river trips. We recommend booking ahead of time.
A trip to Jackson Hole is hardly complete with out Rafting the Snake River. The whitewater is found in the Snake River Canyon south of Jackson and there are many different outfitters that run river trips. We recommend booking ahead of time.
Barker-Ewing Whitewater
945 W Broadway
A trip to Jackson Hole is hardly complete with out Rafting the Snake River. The whitewater is found in the Snake River Canyon south of Jackson and there are many different outfitters that run river trips. We recommend booking ahead of time.
Fishing
Teton Valley and the surrounding area provide world-famous fishing opportunities. Float along miles of river, casting dry flies to native Cutthroat trout while experiencing the wildlife and rugged scenery that makes this area so breathtaking. #208-787-0082
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WorldCast Anglers
38 West Center Street
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Teton Valley and the surrounding area provide world-famous fishing opportunities. Float along miles of river, casting dry flies to native Cutthroat trout while experiencing the wildlife and rugged scenery that makes this area so breathtaking. #208-787-0082
Activities
A favorite mountain activity is horseback riding. Schedule a couple hour ride, a dinner ride, or a full-day adventure. Our neighbors down the road at Linn Canyon Ranch, towards Driggs, ID, run a stellar operation. Linn Canyon Ranch: 208-787-5466
Linn Canyon Ranch
1300 East 6000 South
A favorite mountain activity is horseback riding. Schedule a couple hour ride, a dinner ride, or a full-day adventure. Our neighbors down the road at Linn Canyon Ranch, towards Driggs, ID, run a stellar operation. Linn Canyon Ranch: 208-787-5466
Looking to explore the area via ATV? This is a great option for those whom are limited in time and want to see as much as possible. Teton Valley Adventures: 208-354-2233
Teton Valley Adventures
91 E Little Ave
Looking to explore the area via ATV? This is a great option for those whom are limited in time and want to see as much as possible. Teton Valley Adventures: 208-354-2233
When visiting the West, catching a summer Rodeo is a must! A fun way to embrace your inner Cowboy/Cowgirl, both Teton Valley, ID and Jackson, WY offer rodeos in the summer months. Teton Valley Rodeo: 208-354-8005 Jackson Hole Rodeo: 307-733-792
Jackson Hole Rodeo
When visiting the West, catching a summer Rodeo is a must! A fun way to embrace your inner Cowboy/Cowgirl, both Teton Valley, ID and Jackson, WY offer rodeos in the summer months. Teton Valley Rodeo: 208-354-8005 Jackson Hole Rodeo: 307-733-792
Don't miss your chance to roll up to an old fashioned drive-in movie theater in the heart of Teton Valley. Great date night or family event. Feature films start when the sun drops below the horizon. An American Diner is onsite serving burgers and milkshakes. The Spud: 208-354-2727
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Spud Drive In Theatre
231 Idaho 33 Scenic
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Don't miss your chance to roll up to an old fashioned drive-in movie theater in the heart of Teton Valley. Great date night or family event. Feature films start when the sun drops below the horizon. An American Diner is onsite serving burgers and milkshakes. The Spud: 208-354-2727
Food scene
https://knottypinesupperclub.com/ 208.787.2866
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Knotty Pine
58 South Main Street
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https://knottypinesupperclub.com/ 208.787.2866
https://www.bigholebbq.com 208-270-9919
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Big Hole BBQ Victor
22 West Center Street
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https://www.bigholebbq.com 208-270-9919
http://www.forageandlounge.com/ 208.354.2858
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Forage Bistro & Lounge
285 East Little Avenue
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http://www.forageandlounge.com/ 208.354.2858
https://www.tetonthai.com/driggs (208) 787-8424
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Teton Thai
18 North Main Street
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https://www.tetonthai.com/driggs (208) 787-8424
https://www.citizen33.com/ 208.354.2073
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Citizen 33 Brewery
364 N Main St
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https://www.citizen33.com/ 208.354.2073

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