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Eastern Idaho has over 1800 miles of groomed trails, numerous off-load areas and quaint warming huts, as well as endless breathtaking open ridges, meadows, scenery, and wildlife. Learn More

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Rexburg / St. Anthony

The area around Rexburg claimed a piece of Idaho history in 1976 when the newly built Teton Dam collapsed sending roaring flood waters onto the unsuspecting valley below.

Visit the Teton Flood Museum in Rexburg to relive the event. If you're visiting in August, don't miss the Idaho International Folk Dance Festival, a week-long event featuring the best dance groups from Europe, Asia, South America and the South Pacific. Rexburg is home to BYU-Idaho, a quiet private college with tree-lined campus streets and an ambiance going back to 1888.

South of Rexburg, visit Yellowstone Bear World, Greater Yellowstone's only drive-through wildlife preserve. Enjoy seeing grizzly bear, black bear, gray wolves and many other North American wildlife all in their natural habitat. Experience Yellowstone's past with close-up views of these magnificent animals. Guided tours are available. An adventure you won't want to miss.

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