Stunning 684sqft Log Cabin With Large Bedroom

Take a look inside this stunning log cabin located in Driggs, Idaho. The unique, and secluded property in Horseshoe Canyon is a modern log home and historic cabins. The cabin is part of a historic Teton Valley property. Horseshoe Creek runs through the front of the 2 acres at the base of the Big Hole mountains. The main log home features a large bedroom, full kitchen, 3/4 bathroom, and loft area. Two additional log cabins contain single bedrooms. A fourth log cabin contains a kitchen, 3/4 bathroom, and laundry.

All of the cabins have been meticulously maintained. Fish the creek or Teton River. Mountain bike from home to nearby trailheads. Downtown Driggs is a 12-minute drive, Grand Targhee Resort, 30 minutes, and Jackson Hole, 50 minutes. Enjoy all that Teton Valley has to offer from this special, one-of-a-kind property. Year-round access. You will be inspired by all this property has to offer. Driggs, Idaho is close to Yellowstone National Park, iconic Jackson, Wyoming, and Grand Teton National Park, there are so many things to love about the area, the following are just a few.

Float the Teton with Help from Teton River Supply. On the hotter days in the valley (much more pleasant than other August heat), you will find that floating the Teton River is the perfect way to cool down. Teton River Supply is located in downtown Driggs and has everything you need for a day on the water. They will even shuttle the gear to and from for you, so all you have to do is sit back, relax and enjoy the ride. You may even see a moose along the way, and you will most certainly have spectacular Teton views.

Grand Targhee Resort. Grand Targhee Resort is known for its record snowfall and quiet slopes in the winter, but it also offers tremendous summer activities. From the top of Fred’s Mountain (accessible by a scenic chair ride), you have epic views of the entire Teton Range, the surrounding area, and the Valley floor. The resort sports 15-plus miles of lift-served downhill bike trails, and over 70-plus miles of cross-country and multi-use trails. There are beautiful hikes and guided horseback rides by Haviland’s Western Adventure.

Fly Fish with Worldcast Anglers. This area is known for its fly fishing, making a trip with WorldCast Anglers a must. Why WorldCast Anglers, you ask? They hold commercial operating permits on the premier water in the areas. This means you’ll be granted access to world-class fishing spots while fishing with guides who know what spots are fishing just right and what flies are bringing the fish in.

Friday Farmers Market and Art Fair. The town is bustling on Friday mornings, you’ll want to find a parking spot and begin exploring the downtown area. You’ll find lots of amazing veggies, cheeses, bread, honey, and more. Art Fair. Just head to Muggler’s Plaza to see what the local artists have been working on. You can support locals while finding the best souvenirs to bring home to loved ones, or keep for yourself.




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