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 of Snake River

The South Fork of the Snake River flows for 66 miles across southeastern Idaho, through…

Idaho Falls Greenbelt

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

Camas National Wildlife Refuge

Camas National Wildlife Refuge is located in southeastern Idaho, 36 miles north of Idaho Falls…

Webster Dam/Manmade Falls

Webster's Dam/Manmade Falls is a 2.7 mile out and back trail located near Rexburg, Idaho…

Blacktail Canyon Trail

On the upper end of the Fall Creek Road on FS 066 is the Blacktail…

Rigby Lake

Rigby Lake, also known as Jefferson County Lake, is located about 12 miles south of…

Diamond P. Ranch

The Diamond P Ranch where we have been hosting horseback rides into the beautiful mountains…

Experience the Oregon Trail in Idaho

During the peak of the westward migration, from about 1840 to 1869, more than 300,000…

Yellowstone National Park

On March 1, 1872, Yellowstone became the first national park for all to enjoy the…