Grand Targhee Resort
Since 1969, Grand Targhee has been a skier’s dream with consistent falls, massive of views of the Teton mountain range. The mountain boasts over 50 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, running and has been voted #2 in Top 5 Best Bike Parks in the Northwest region on MTBparks.com for three years in a row. Honing in on the terrain, the west side has become a mecca for downhill biking. The Ghee has 2000 feet of vertical terrain and every style or level of biking, gentle to gnarly.
Grand Targhee’s adventures also include horseback riding, a nature center with an onsite naturalist for guided hikes, disc golf, and a dynamic activity area with a bungee trampoline, climbing wall and prospector mining experience.
In the winter, Grand Targhee sees about 500 inches of snow annually. Backcountry touring, fatbiking, snowshoe touring, are all apart of the downhill experience along with five chairlifts and over 2000 acres of terrain.
For those that want to stay as close to on piste as possible, Grand Targhee does have a general store and restaurants at the base–as well as runs a shuttle to Driggs.