View the beautiful interior of this log cabin in Driggs, Idaho. Modern log home and ancient cabins make up the one-of-a-kind Horseshoe Canyon property. This cabin is located on a historic piece of land in the Teton Valley. The front half of the two acres at the foot of the Big Hole mountains is crossed by Horseshoe Creek. There is a spacious bedroom, kitchen, three-quarters of a bathroom, and a loft in the main log cabin. There are two more single-bed cottages. The kitchen, a bathroom and a laundry area are all located in a separate log cabin.
There is no sloppy maintenance anywhere in the cabins. Whether you’re in Jackson, you can fish the Teton River. The closest trailheads to your house are easily accessible by mountain bike. Jackson Hole is an hour and a half away from Driggs, whereas Grand Targhee Resort can be reached in 30 minutes. Take advantage of everything Teton Valley has to offer from this one-of-a-kind estate. It’s open all year round. Everything this place has to offer will serve to motivate you. The following are just a few of the many reasons why you should visit the area around Driggs, Idaho, including Yellowstone National Park, the famous town of Jackson, Wyoming, and Grand Teton National Park.
Teton River Supply is here to help you have a wonderful time floating down the Teton. Floating the Teton River is a great method to cool off on the warmest days in the valley (far more bearable than other August heat). You can get everything you need for a day on the water at Teton River Supply, which is conveniently located in the middle of Driggs. They will transport your equipment both to and from the venue, so you can sit back and relax. Even if you don’t spot a moose, the scenery of the Tetons is guaranteed to be breathtaking.
Not only does Grand Targhee Resort have incredible summer activities, but it also has a reputation for having record snowfall and tranquil slopes in the winter. A picturesque chairlift takes visitors to the peak of Fred’s Mountain, where they are rewarded with breathtaking panoramas of the Teton Range, the surrounding mountains, and the Valley below. There are more than 15 miles of downhill biking tracks at the resort, and more than 70 miles of cross-country and multi-use trails. Haviland’s Western Adventure offers scenic horseback excursions and hiking in the area.
The fly fishing in this region is world-renowned, so booking a tour with WorldCast Anglers is a no-brainer. You may be wondering, “Why WorldCast Anglers?” They have permission to conduct business on the best water in the area. That’s right, you’ll be able to fish in some of the best waters in the world with the help of guides who are well-versed in the best times to go and the flies that are most likely to attract fish.
Find a parking spot and start exploring the downtown area on a Friday morning before the crowds arrive. Produce, dairy products, baked goods, honey, and other goodies are abundant. Exhibition of artwork. To view the latest creations by local artists, simply visit Muggler’s Plaza. Shop at local businesses and find unique gifts for friends and family back home.
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