Southwest Driggs Victor ID
The paved Cedron Road runs along the bottom of the Big Hole Mountains on the west side of Teton Valley. Most of the main east/west cross roads connect Cedron and the highway via meandering dirt roads. Bates road leads directly west out of Driggs and connects to the Cedron Loop. When combined with the bike trail from Driggs to Victor, this provides a great loop for road bikers in the summer as the Cedron Road sees limited traffic.
Many of the living options on the southwest side of Teton Valley, Idaho bring you within close proximity to the Teton River and a variety of public and private access points. In addition you will generally find yourself close to the city of Victor for convenient food, shopping and schooling options.
It also puts you near Teton Pass which offers a plethora of hiking and biking trails in the summer and is a renowned backcountry ski mecca in the winter. Of course Teton Pass is also the main thoroughfare to Jackson Hole, WY and living at the south end of Teton Valley allows for faster access to Jackson if you are a commuter or just interested in being closer to the culteral hub of Jackson.
The Big Holes lie to the west and provide a multitude of access points for hiking, biking, horse riding, four-wheeling and hunting.
The Palisades Range borders Teton Valley to the South and offers offers 200,000 acres of roadless backcountry that includes the Snake River Range. Pine Creek Pass offers some access to the Palisades and brings you into Swan Valley, which marks the begining of the Teton Scenic Byway. Living at the south end of Teton Valley offers quick acces to Hwy 31 to explore the beauty of Swan Valley and the South Fork of the Snake River, a popular fishing and floating destination.
So while you can’t see the majestic Tetons from this part of the valley, there are plenty recreational opportunities at hand.