Beauty and Health Spas in Teton Valley
Vacations are meant for relaxing, and for some people nothing is more relaxing than a pampering day at the spa. Whether it’s a calming massage that melts away all your stress, or a rejuvenating facial that leaves you feeling fresh and beautiful, a trip to the spa is a great way to elevate your vacation and help you truly get away from it all. To help you find your way to total bliss, we’ve compiled a list of places below that you can visit for spa days or spa treatments the next time you visit Teton Valley, Idaho.
Best Après Ski in Teton Valley
The best way to unwind after a day skiing at Grand Targhee Resort, or cross-country skiing in Teton Valley, is to spend some time relaxing après-ski style! Après ski is a French term that literally means “after ski” or “after skiing.” When it comes to after-ski offerings, here in Driggs and Victor we’ve got bars and restaurants of all different kinds so you can find exactly what you need. Whether you’re looking for a large, sunny mountainside view, an intimate space, or something good for a large group and lots of rowdy fun, our ski towns have the perfect offering to fit your mood.
The Best Yoga in Teton Valley
While many people travel to Teton Valley for skiing, fishing, or to visit Grand Teton or Yellowstone National Park, there’s a new attraction drawing people here to the mountains – yoga! The annual Teton Yoga Festival, now entering its 2nd year, gained attention last year from around the country and the world, drawing people who shared a love for yoga to gather as a community to practice, learn, and grow together. The festival shined a spotlight on Teton Valley, Idaho, and the many yoga resources we have, from private and/or public studios to non-profit co-ops, all offering a wide variety of yoga options for people who live or travel here.
What to Do in Yellowstone in Winter
A winter vacation in Teton Valley offers so much to do. Skiing at Grand Targhee or Jackson Hole, snowmobiling in the Big Hole Mountains, cross-country skiing on groomed trails, the sheer beauty of fresh snow on the mountains, and warm drinks next to cozy fireplaces. But there’s one more thing that you can do while you’re here – visit Yellowstone! If you’re planning on visiting Teton Valley in the winter and want to take a trip to Yellowstone as part of your adventures, here are a few ideas to help you plan your stay.
A 1-day Dining Guide for Victor, Idaho
When you’re visiting Teton Valley finding good food is easy, the hardest part is choosing where to eat from the many options. If you’re staying near Victor, you might be surprised at how many choices we offer for high-quality dining that fit every taste and scenario. We’re very fortunate as many of our local farmers provide farm-to-table ingredients that elevate each restaurant’s offerings and our chefs bring national experience to our local tables that satisfy all. With so many options, it can be hard to narrow down where to go for the best dining experience, so we put together a 1-day guide to dining in Victor to help get you started.
The Best Cozy Spots in Teton Valley
Even the best vacation can have a day where the weather isn’t quite perfect and all you want to do is find a nice, cozy place to shelter from the storm. The silver lining when it comes to a rainy day is that it’s the perfect time to do what a lot of people forget on their vacation – actually relax!
If you’re looking for comfy surroundings, tucked-away nooks, activities for kids, and great food and drink, here are some perfect rainy-day hideaways to visit when you’re in Teton Valley.
Top 3 Reasons to Plan a Winter Vacation in Teton Valley
If you’re planning a winter getaway, Teton Valley is the place to be! In addition to jaw-dropping scenic mountain views, we’ve got extensive winter trail systems, world-class ski resorts, and unique fun festivals and events that make southeast Idaho the hot spot for a very cool getaway. We've rounded up the best of the best here to help you plan your next winter getaway to this winter wonderland we call home in Teton Valley, Idaho.
A 1-day Dining Guide for Driggs, Idaho
One of the most frequent compliments we hear from visitors is their surprise at the great food scene we have here in Teton Valley, Idaho. Between the towns of Driggs, Victor, and Tetonia there is something for everyone.
Our local farmers provide farm-to-table ingredients that elevate each restaurant’s offerings. Local breweries for beer, hard ciders, wines, whisky, vodka, and even mead give you ample choices for cocktails, and our chefs bring national experience to our local tables that satisfy all. With so many options, it can be hard to narrow down where to go, so we put together a 1-day guide to dining in Driggs to help get you started.
The Best Breweries in Teton Valley
Did you know that Idaho is the nation’s top barley-producing state, and second for hops production? It shouldn’t be a surprise, then, that Idaho breweries are a big destination draw for people who live and vacation here. Teton Valley, Idaho is home to a handful of award-winning breweries right here in Driggs and Victor, with many of the restaurants serving locally-produced drinks you can enjoy anywhere.
If you love the idea of sampling great local brews, we’ve compiled this list of the best breweries in Teton Valley Idaho for the next time you visit Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Jackson Hole and anywhere in southeast Idaho.
Best Fall Hiking and Biking Trails in Teton Valley
Fall in Teton Valley is beautiful to see. The abundant aspen groves always put on a show with leaves changing to vibrant reds, oranges, and golds. Trumpeter swans, Canada Geese and Sandhill Cranes fly overhead, the temperatures are sunny and mild, and it’s the perfect time for seeing the sites as you hike and bike throughout the valley.
If you’re planning a trip this autumn to our corner of paradise and want to find some great trails for nature hikes or bicycle rides, here are a few that are fun to explore and guaranteed to provide some beautiful sites.