JACKSON HOLE, WYOMINGTETON VALLEY, IDAHO
About the Area
Surrounded by Yellowstone, the Tetons and other rugged mountain ranges, Jackson Hole is a famous lifestyle town for a reason. When you can ski, mountain bike, hike, and whitewater raft — sometimes all in the same day — you know you’ve found home.
What fewer people know is that you can enjoy a similar lifestyle in the quieter Teton Valley for a lot less money. Just over Teton Pass from Jackson, you’ll find Victor and Driggs, Idaho.
Homebuyers on the “quiet side of the Tetons” can afford more property and bigger homes than their Teton County, Wyoming counterparts. And it’s all within a scenic hour’s drive from the Jackson Hole Airport.
As the gateway to Yellowstone and the Tetons, Jackson is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream all year. Enjoy world-class skiing and snowmobiling in the winter. Then swap seasons for endless fly fishing, mountain biking, and hiking all summer.
Snap a photo in front of the world-famous elk antler arches of Jackson’s Town Square and then Saddle up at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, or browse the galleries and shops of downtown Jackson.
TETON VALLEY, IDAHO
Rival Jackson Hole outdoor recreation on the Idaho side of the Tetons. Powder hounds won’t want winter to end with Grand Targhee nearby.
But summer lets you float and fly fish in placid rivers and hit world-class hiking and biking trails. Ready for your Teton Valley adventure?