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Fishing in Yellowstone-Teton territory

Idaho for adventure-seekers

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posted December 30, 2019
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The Yellowstone-Teton area of Idaho around Rexburg is an outdoor-lover’s paradise. Here are four options for travelers heading to this region in the eastern part of the state:

Fishing

There are a number of spots where anglers can cast about year-round—Ririe Reservoir and Roberts Pond are two—and Henry’s Lake is popular for fly-fishers during its May-to-December season.

Hiking

While the lengths and difficulties of the trails may differ, paths such as Wind Caves, Golden Lake, and Cress Creek all feature views of beautiful peaks, meadows, and bodies of water.

ATV tours

Just west of St. Anthony there are hundreds of acres of sand dunes. The steep sands, as well as other nearby landscapes, are popular for ATV enthusiasts.

Skiing

With the famous Grand Targhee Ski Resort leading the way, eastern Idaho offers plenty of downhill slopes that delight ski buffs.

For more information, email Yellowstone-Teton Territory’s Chris Mann or go to yellowstoneteton.org.

Top photo by yellowstoneteton.org

 


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