State & National Parks
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.
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.
Tips for Visiting Grand Teton National Park
Here in Teton Valley, Idaho, we’re very lucky to be near an abundance of national parks that are some of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States. These parks are filled with exciting outdoor activities, interesting history, and breathtaking scenery that will create memories that last a lifetime. One of the most popular parks in our area is Grand Teton National Park, which is less than an hour away from our vacation rentals in Victor and Driggs, Idaho. If you’re planning on visiting Grand Teton National Park, here are a few tips to help you plan your day.