The Greater Yellowstone area is so filled with fun things to do, that it can be hard to budget your time. Here at Tetons.biz we are here to help. You could do anything from a guided fishing trip on the snake river, to paragliding in the Tetons! What else can you do in the Tetons? How about hiking, horseback riding, camping, skiing, snowmobiling, or even visit one of the breweries in the area!
Here we have attempted to supply you with everything possible to enjoy in the greater Teton area. Enjoy a trip to the famed Yellowstone park, Grand Teton National park, or one of the several National forests in the area. The National forests campgrounds provide cheap options for camping in the great outdoors of Montana, Wyoming and Idaho!
Heck if you are looking for something a little more luxurious, or spending too much time in the outdoors is not your style, there are still a lot of reasons to come to this area! Enjoy the world class Teton area nightlife that only 1st class tourist areas can offer!
You will be hard pressed to find better looking authentic cowgirls (and boys) anywhere else on earth. The Jackson hole rodeo is also a great option to spend an afternoon. You can watch them ride bulls and broncos in the true outwest fashion.
This area is known for its history of Lewis and Clark Passing through, not to mention all of the other explorers and history of the Teton Area. This was at one time a major outpost for trappers and furtraders of the western US. You can learn all about the History of the Western US firsthand on your next trip!
Idaho fly fishing guides since 1919, on the South Fork of the Snake, Teton River and Henry’s Fork River.
We have fishing in our blood. It all started with our great-grandfather Alma Kunz. Alma began guiding in 1919 on the Teton River here in Idaho. It was his passion that attracted fishermen from all over the world to Teton Valley. Our father Randy Berry began guiding for Alma when he was 13 years old. He passed on his knowledge to each of us. We hope to pass it on to the fifth generation of fishermen here at Teton Valley Lodge, our sons and daughters