Idaho’s Teton Valley lies snug against the 13,000 foot peaks of the Grand Teton Mountain Range along the state’s eastern border, which it shares with Wyoming. Teton Valley shares the Grand Tetons with the neighboring valley to the east where you’ll find the more famous Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
While Jackson Hole has mushroomed into a tourist megalopolis, the rustic communities of Teton Valley have managed to develop their own character, as the area has morphed into an outdoors-adventure capital. The charming towns of Victor, Driggs, Alta and Tetonia are in this alpine valley. Once dominated by agriculture and ranching, employment opportunities have shifted to a recreation-based economy with a small and friendly population, despite being the fastest growing region in Idaho.