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The West Side of the Tetons

Teton County, Idaho – Quiet Side of the Tetons

The Teton mountain range is often times associated with Jackson Hole, Wyoming but many Teton County residents find the ideal mountain-town atmosphere is on the west side of the Teton mountains. Teton County, Idaho is located 18 miles from Jackson, Wyoming. Teton County is in two states: Idaho and Wyoming. Teton County, Idaho is often called “Teton Valley” and is nicknamed “The Quiet Side of the Tetons”. This hidden gem offers seclusion, and exclusivity with proximity to 3 major ski areas, superb fishing waters, 5 golf courses, hiking trails, big west side views of the entire Teton mountain range, and a multitude of Jackson Hole and Teton Valley amenities.

The picturesque communities of Victor, Driggs, and Tetonia, ID and Alta, WY, each nestled in a tapestry of farmland, creeks, forest and meadows, are the heart of Teton Valley. The visibly close Teton and Big Hole Mountains surround the valley and create a scenic backdrop. Here, one can enjoy the feeling of scenic mountain living while being within a comfortable distance to the shops, restaurants and activities of town. Flanked by Yellowstone, the Snake River, the Teton River, Briger-Teton National Forest and Grand Teton National Parks; Teton Valley Idaho offers tremendous recreation and beauty within easy reach.