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
Teton Backcountry Guides
Join Teton Backcountry Guides to gain the knowledge and experience you’ll need to GO DEEP into the backcountry. Explore Teton Pass and Grand Teton National Park with a professional mountain guide, learn backcountry skills, and experience our yurts for backcountry accommodations that offer unmatched views, backcountry comfort, and solitude with guaranteed fresh tracks.
A lifetime would not be long enough to ski all of the great terrain in the Tetons. Big, open bowl skiing, large meadow gliding, knife-edge ridge walks, and classic couloirs are all available and covered in an annual 500″ of the lightest density snow you can imagine.
The Teton region has long been revered as a hot spot in American alpinism and backcountry skiing. For the novice skier looking to learn the telemark turn, to the experienced backcountry traveler looking for an exciting alpine excursion, the Tetons will not disappoint. Each of our yurts are surrounded by terrain suited for all abilities.
Average length of a run is about 1,000 ft, however, some runs are as long as 3,000 ft.