Fall into the right place.

The leaves may be changing, but our adventures never do. Fall in the Yellowstone Teton Territory offers incredible hikes, mind-bending views, scenic drives, and excellent wildlife activity. Come to take in the scenery, enjoy local favorites, and make lasting memories.

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South Fork Fall Creek Trail

The South Fork Fall Creek Trails starts from the Fall Creek Road about five miles…

Art Museum of Eastern Idaho

Eastern Idaho's only art museum regularly exhibiting contemporary and family friendly art. Museum Hours Tuesday…

Jefferson County Parks and Recreation

Amenities Jefferson County Lake is a wonderful place to spend the day with a number…

Railroad Right-of-way Trail

The Railroad Right-of-way trail begins at Warm River Campground south of Ashton on Highway 47…

Relay Ridge

You can access this challenging and scenic trail from the west, from South Canyon Creek…

City of Rocks National Reserve

Emigrants of the California Trail describe the rocks here in vivid detail as "a city…

Jackpine/Pinochle Loop

Just north of Tetonia off Highway 32, FS 268 leads you to the Jackpine/ Pinochle…

Hanson Basin Trail

Skirting the northern side of the St. Anthony Sand Dunes, Hanson Basin Trail features a…

Idaho Falls Greenbelt

The Idaho Falls Greenbelt covers five miles on both sides of the Snake River. Hop…