Shadow Brook/Powder Valley Townhouses

Address: Ski Hill Rd, Driggs, Idaho, 83422, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ski Hill Rd, Driggs, is near Grand Targhee Ski Resort and The Spud Drive-In Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Driggs

Teton National Park

A travel blog entry by sifefer on May 28, 2014

4 comments, 29 photos

... thought she saw a baby bear on a huge rock very close and said, I'm out of here. Meeting up with a bear is very possible; Ruby tends to see bears when they are not there. Stewart informs her that she is not seeing bears and that they will avoid people... Ruby's bear mythology starts to dissipate the more time in the woods here. Stewart took some photos of a "Marmot". At one point we heard a chirping sound and tried to find ...

Grand Teton National Park

A travel blog entry by crossingtheline on Sep 09, 2013


We're here in Jackson Hole, and today headed into Grand Teton National Park which is truly stunning. The mountains and lakes are beautiful. On the way back we came across a large herd of buffalo, some of them on the road. Dinner tonight in the 76 year old Million Dollar Bar, with a local beer and (shhh) a Buffalo Burger! Off on an 8-hr wildlife discovery day tomorrow, starting at 0630! Hope to see bears, elk and the large but elusive ...

Vladimir Putin: the KGB President?

A travel blog entry by ritaluther on Aug 06, 2013

3 comments, 15 photos

... The Statist, The History Man, The Survivalist, The Outsider, The Free Marketeer, and The Case Officer. Afterwards there was a Q & A session. There were probably 150 people in attendance (amazing considering that Jackson has a population of less than 10,000). Someone in the audience wanted to know how rich Putin is. Nobody (except Putin) knows, of course But he is probably very rich. He is also ...

Grand Teton National Park

A travel blog entry by bushaw on Jul 01, 2013

15 photos

... for Michelle.

Once at Colter Bay Village, we checked in and found our cabin. These were much more "conventional" looking cabins than the "Frontier Cabins" at Canyon Village in Yellowstone -- they were old, built from logs and certainly had that log cabin "feel" (e.g., exposed logs on the inside), with electrical conduits exposed and switch boxes and outlet boxes attached to the log wall. Very rustic, but a nice cozy feel to it. These were NOT single unit ...

We're going on a BEAR hunt!

A travel blog entry by whereislondon on Jun 09, 2013

2 comments, 39 photos

... 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 ...