Teton Valley, Idaho


NATIONAL FORESTS AND OUTDOOR RECREATION are prevalent in Teton Valley. With access to Bridger Teton National Forest and Caribou-Targhee National Forest quite literally in our backyard, for residents on Teton Valley can be found in skiing (alpine and nordic), world class fishing, rafting, canoing, and boating, mountain climbing, hiking, camping, horseback riding, hunting, and even world class golfing to name a few.


Grand Targhee Resort is located in Teton Valley, Idaho. 24 miles from High Range Ranches. Boasting over 500″ of annual snowfall. Summer music festivals, and 70+ miles of multi-user trails. Grand Targhee is an all season resort with with something for everyone.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is consistently ranked the #1 ski resort in the country. With more than 450″ average snowfall, 12 lifts, 133 trails and 4,000+ ft of vertical drop, it’s not hard to see why. Located 49 miles from High Range Ranches.


Grand Teton National Park & Yellowstone National Park where recreational opportunities include hiking, incredible wildlife viewing, biking, camping, boating, horseback riding, and a geyser viewing experience of a lifetimes.

Yellowstone-Grand Teton Loop is the most complete road tour of the Yellowstone-Grand Teton Region. The 262 mile loop goes right through Driggs, ID and incorporates part of the Teton Scenic Byway and Mesa Falls Scenic Byway. It heads northeast to West Yellowstone, Montana, and then through the National Park into Grand Teton National Park and through Jackson Hole, Wyoming.


Golf is incredibly popular in Teton Valley. With 5 courses to choose from, golfers are sure to find a favorite spot. The Tributary, The Links at Teton Peaks, Teton Springs, Teton Reserve, and Targhee Village are all local courses and just minutes from the Ranch.


Fishing and Teton River access is just minutes from High Range Ranch. The South Fork River, one of the most productive and scenic fisheries in the West, with over 5,000 fish per mile, is just under an hour’s drive. The Henry’s Fork, 45 minutes from the Ranch, slowly meanders through high-desert floodplain and offers world-renowned fly fishing. All of these water ways are home to native Yellowstone cutthroat, big feisty rainbows and wily browns as well as moose, muskrat, geese and blue heron.


Horseback Riding is lots of fun for the whole family. Horses offer a unique way to see the backcountry and beautiful scenery that is inaccessible by motor vehicle. Whether you are new to the saddle and are interested in a guided day trip or an experienced rider with your own horses, Teton Valley has something to offer.


Hiking and Biking  are two popular Summer activities and Teton Valley offers access to many trails. Between the seemingly endless access to public land to the designated trails, there are many options for the avid hikers and bikers. Whether you are looking for an easy walk or an overnight trek, you are guaranteed beautiful views and an adventure.


Teton Valley has many locally owned stores and restaurants. You will find many gift shops with Souvenirs and art in Driggs and Victor. There are several outfitting stores with everything you need for your mountain adventures from clothing and accessories to gear for all seasons. Teton Valley is also home to many local restaurants, offering a variety of cuisine. Some even use ingredients from local farms!


Jackson Hole Airport is the closest airport to Teton Valley, Idaho (57 miles). It also happens to be located at the base of the Grand Teton Mountains and the only airport to be located entirely within a national park (Grand Teton National Park). The airport offers direct flights to: Dallas, Denver, Houston, San Francisco, Chicago, Newark, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis, Atlanta, and New York (JFK).

Idaho Falls Regional Airport is the next closest airport to Teton Valley, at 64 miles away. Known locally as Fanning Field, it is the second busiest airport in Idaho after Boise Airport.

Driggs Reed Memorial Airport is a private airport in our own Teton Valley. Founded in 1949 with just a grass strip to land on.


Jackson Hole, Wyoming also known as the gateway to Yellowstone, is world renowned for many reasons. Home to the National Wildlife Refuge and the closest airport to Teton Valley, Idaho, 57 miles from High Range Ranches.