This log cabin is located in Driggs Idaho. The Horseshoe Canyon property is a unique log home and historic cabin. The cabin is part an historic Teton Valley home. Horseshoe Creek runs through the front 2 acres at Big Hole’s base. The main log home includes a large bedroom with a full kitchen, 3/4 bathroom, and loft. Two additional log cabins offer single bedrooms. A fourth log cabin includes a kitchen, 3/4 bathroom, laundry, and a bedroom.
Each of the cabins has been meticulously kept. Fish the creek or Teton River. Mountain biking from your home to nearby trailheads is possible. Downtown Driggs can be reached in 12 minutes, Grand Targhee Resort is 30 minutes and Jackson Hole is 50 minutes. This property is unique and you can enjoy all that Teton Valley offers. Year-round access. All this property has to give will inspire you. Driggs, Idaho is near Yellowstone National Park and the iconic Jackson, Wyoming. Grand Teton National Park is also nearby. There are many things to love in the area.
Help from Teton River Supply to Float the Teton Floating the Teton River is a great way to cool off during the summer heat. Teton River Supply can be found in downtown Driggs. It has everything you need for a day out on the water. You can even have your gear transported by them so you can just relax, enjoy the ride, and let them take care of the rest. You might even spot a moose on the way. And you will be able to enjoy spectacular Teton views.
Grand Targhee Resort. Grand Targhee Resort is well-known for its record snowfall and quiet slopes during winter. However, it also offers incredible summer activities. The magnificent views from Fred’s Mountain, which can be reached by a scenic chair lift, are unbeatable. There are more than 15 miles of downhill bike trails that are lift-served, and there are over 70 miles of cross country and multi-use trails. Haviland’s Western Adventure offers guided horseback rides and beautiful hikes.
Fly Fishing with Worldcast Anglers Fly fishing is a big part of this area, so a WorldCast Anglers trip to the area is a must. Why WorldCast Angelrs, you may ask? They have commercial operating permits for the best water in the area. This allows you to fish at world-class spots and with guides who know the best flies and where to fish.
Friday Farmers Market and Art Fair. The town is bustling on Friday mornings. You’ll need to find a parking spot before you start exploring the downtown. There are many amazing vegetables, honey, cheeses, breads, and honey. Art Fair. You can visit Muggler’s Plaza and see the work of local artists. You can help local artists and find the best souvenirs to take home to your loved ones.
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