Shadow Brook/Powder Valley Townhouses

Ski Hill Rd, Driggs, Idaho, 83422, United States | Hotel

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Teton National Park

A travel blog entry by jackie7


This morning we took off to Jackson to browse. We had lunch at a lovely little bakery near the square. Food was delicious! Then we continued on to the Tetons. Some of the areas remain closed due to the late snow this past week. South Jenny Lake was open for pictures but was still frozen ...

Les Trois Tétons (the three teats)

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen


... was abolished in 1950 and most of the monument land was added to Grand Teton National Park.

Grand Teton National Park is named for Grand Teton, the tallest mountain in the Teton Range. The naming of the mountains is attributed to early 19th-century French-speaking trappers—les trois tétons (the three teats) was later anglicized and shortened to Tetons. At 4,199m (13,775 feet), Grand Teton abruptly rises more than 2100m (7,000 feet) above Jackson Hole, almost ...

On to the Tetons and Jackson Hole

A travel blog entry by grofffam5


... a menacing outlaw scowl. Mom and Maddie got all dolled up while Jared and I were photographed with our guns and bottles of J.D. It was a lot of fun. Guns, whiskey and wild women. Just what you think of when you think of the Groff family.

We came back to the hotel for a good night's rest and Dawson at long last pulled out his front tooth that had been loose the entire trip.


Rafting Fun!

A travel blog entry by romaninifamily


Buddy and me, went to McDonalds with Dad. We got three sausage muffins, one pancake. We took it back to the house and ate for a little bit. Then we went white-water rafting. Towards the end we went on waves. Then we went home and got ready. Before dinner we shopped for a little bit in downtown Jackson, then we had dinner. We had steak, potatoes, pasta, and water. We are sleeping in our mom and dads room.
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We're going on a BEAR hunt!

A travel blog entry by whereislondon


... br> Yellowstone Park took a little longer to grow on us than the other big parks. Its size dwarfs other parks and it uses this to its full advantage. There’s room for everyone from day visitors, fly fishers and herds of elk and bison to hikers, cyclists and campers. It never felt overcrowded and there is very little commercialization that has spoilt its natural beauty. We visited the Park twice. Day 1 we took Angela’s car ...


This hotel, located on Ski Hill Rd, Driggs, is near Grand Targhee Ski Resort and The Spud Drive-In Theater.
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