Explore Mountainous Beauty Near Victor, ID
Choose Dreamcatcher Bed and Breakfast lodging to visit Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, or any of the other surrounding sights and activities. Nature, outdoor sports, culture, and amazing food. Victor, Idaho and surrounding areas have so much to offer anyone who visits.
Grand Teton National Park is a 310,000-acre park boasting 200 miles of hiking trails, 40 miles of Teton mountains, dozens of lakes, and the northern sections of Jackson Hole.
As America’s first National Park, Yellowstone covers more than 3,468 square miles in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. The park is known as being volcanically active and boasts sights such as mudpots, columnar basalt, gorgeous springs, rushing waterfalls, and geysers such as Old Faithful. The park is also home to amazing wildlife including bison, bear, elk, wolves, pronghorn, and bald eagles.
Fish Our Waterways
The Teton Valley’s many rivers draw fishermen and women from across the globe. The Teton Valley proper is home to Bitch Creek, Darby Creek, Fox Creek, North and South Leigh Creeks, Trail Creek, and the Teton River. Other flowing waterways in nearby regions include: the Fall River, Henry’s Fork River, and the South Fork of the Snake River.
Six fishing rivers grace Yellowstone National Park, including Fire Hole River, Gardiner River, the Gibbon River, Lamar River, Lewis River, and Yellowstone River.
World Cast Anglers: Learn to fly fish, or increase your expertise with the fishing guides at World Cast Anglers.
Greater Yellowstone Resource Guide: This site will tell you everything you want to know about fishing and outfitters in the Teton Valley area.
You’ll find 32 miles of riding opportunities on three trails here in the Teton Valley, providing excitement for visitors of all experience levels. Many of the hiking and horseback riding trails can also be used for mountain biking as well. Please refer to the Hiking and Horseback Riding section for more information.
Grand Targhee is one of the more well-known areas to mountain bike, but does require a fee to use the chair lifts. It offers a wide range of trails from single-track trails through winding wildflower meadows at the base area; to miles of technical, lift-serviced downhill trails. The Wydaho Rendezvous Bike Festival is one of the best bike festivals in the West. With hundreds of miles of single track, downhill trails, and unbelievable scenic views, it attracts bikers from all over the country.
They come from near and far to canoe, kayak, and raft the scenic Teton River. The river twists and turns north through the middle of the valley, and is perfect for extended floats.
National Outdoor Leadership School is nestled below the western flanks of the magnificent Teton Mountains in Driggs. They specialize in winter and combination backpacking and rafting courses, offering two-week hiking and four-week hiking and rafting courses for 14- and 15-year-olds.
Barker-Ewing Whitewater offers a spectacular scenic float, or a world class whitewater adventure, in Jackson Hole, WY. This family owned and operated company has professional guides, five-star river trips, gourmet meals, and an outstanding safety record.
Solitude Float Trips has been rated #1of the five sightseeing tours in Grand Teton National Park. This smaller river company caters to folks that want to take their time and receive personal attention. Each trip includes information on Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole’s wildlife, history, and geology
Hiking options in these areas are virtually limitless in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, the Jedidiah Smith Wilderness area, and Grand Teton National Park. The wilderness trails are closed to mechanized vehicles of any sort, and wildlife in these areas is plentiful. Hiking within Teton Valley offers a variety of trails to choose from, with 13 trails surrounding the cities of Driggs, Tetonia, and Victor, totaling over 120 miles of hiking trails. Single and multiple day trips are available to hikers, backpackers, or horseback riders.
Hole Hiking Experience and Teton Backcountry Guides provide naturalist guides who enhance your trip with local knowledge of the wildlife, plants, history, and geology of the Teton area. Useful information can be obtained from the U.S. Forest Service office, just south of downtown Driggs.
Horseback riding in the Teton Valley follows a number of our trails, including seven different outfitters that provide trips, gear, and the basic equipment for horseback riding.
Dry Ridge Outfitters provides backcountry pack trips, trail rides and drop camps on the west side of the Tetons and in Yellowstone National Park, while Bagley’s Teton Mountain Ranch (#1TripAdvisor-things to do in Victor) works the Big Hole Mountains and allows kids to pet the elk on their ranch.
The Linns at Linn Canyon Ranch have offered pack trips in the mountains surrounding Teton Valley for almost a century, as well as trail rides, 3-hour lunch rides, day rides, and sunset dinner rides.
Grand Targhee Ski Resort: The resort is located in Alta, Wyoming, just minutes from Dreamcatcher Bed and Breakfast. The resort offers Nordic skiing, backcountry tours, Snowcat Adventures, snowshoeing, fat biking, a tubing park, and snowmobiling.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort: The area offers snowmobiling, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, heli- & snowcat skiing, sleigh rides, and winter bike tours.
Teton Valley Adventures: Come experience the beauty of Yellowstone National Park, Cave Falls, Mesa Falls or the Big Holes in the Teton Valley with guided tours. From novice sledders to the more experienced snow sports, there is plenty of excitement for the whole family.
The Links Golf Course is an 18-hole course, designed by David Druzifky and located in Driggs. With the stunning Teton Mountains as a backdrop, the Links blends seamlessly into its native lands with graceful contours and landscaping. Players have a sense of vast open spaces with views in every direction.
The Teton Reserve Golf Course, found in the valley between Victor and Driggs, is a scenic draw. This beautiful 18-hole, 7,416-yard, par-72 course was designed by golf legend Hale Irwin. Despite the pro background, this course has plenty to offer to golfers of all skill levels.
The Targhee Village Golf Course is a surprisingly challenging 9-hole course in the beautiful Targhee National Forest foothills.
The Grand Targhee Music Fest is a series of musical concerts and events that are held over a three-day period on site at the ski hill of Grand Targhee. Targhee also holds Battle of the Bands in conjunction with Music Fest.
Targhee Blue Grass Festival is the “Grand Daddy of Bluegrass Festivals” in the Northern Rockies and combines bluegrass music with classic mountain lifestyle. Two generations’ of attendees have enjoyed the stage appearances at the Grand Targhee Resort’s Bluegrass Festival. In the week prior to the festival, many of the stage performers host the Targhee Music Camp: a camp and music-teaching experience.
Annual Targhee Music Camp is a 3.5-day education event at Grand Targhee Ski Resort in Alta, WY. Classes are often held outside, and there is built-in time for hikes and bike rides. Now a camp tradition, the entire camp holds a jam session at the summit of Targhee – the now-renowned “High on a Mountain Jam”.
Music on Main is a FREE outdoor summer concert series with shows for all ages.