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Southeastern Yellowstone Teton Tour

Twin Falls to Yellowstone Park & Grand Tetons

Home to some of the country’s most famous outdoor adventures, South Eastern Idaho sits right at the doorstep of Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons. Venturing into this territory without a pair of hiking boots should be a crime.


Nestled under the mountains along the Snake River, Burley was once a popular stop along the Oregon and California Trails. Thanks to the city’s perfect location, there are endless outdoor activities to enjoy.

Must Sees

City Of Rocks National Reserve
Sixty-story monoliths and granite spires stretch into the sky. There are over 700 world-class rock-climbing routes that have been drawing climbers for years. If climbing isn’t your thing, go for a hike or horseback ride along one of the trails and watch the daredevils ascend the cliffs.

Story Book Park
What happens when a bunch of determined moms raise money for a local park? You get a local treasure like Story Book Park. There’s no better place to bring the kids when they start getting restless in the car. Watch their imaginations run wild as they explore the shark tunnel or slide down the dinosaur slide. The park is well worth the short drive off of Interstate 84.

Snake River
Burley gets 20 miles of some of Snake River’s finest beaches. Catch a Regatta boat race or get out on the water yourself and ski along the morning glass.

Local’s Guide

El Caporal
Bet you didn’t know that some of the best Mexican food was hidden right off of I-84. Look for the sign and hit the brakes, you’ll thank us later. Platters of tender chicken mole and hot corn tortillas, unforgettable taquitos, and huge portions.



It’s not hard to see why residents love their hometown of Pocatello. They aren’t known as the “U.S Smile Capital” for nothing. Come experience the warm hospitality and charm their famous for.

Must Sees

Fort Hall Replica
Travel back in time to the 19th century where pioneers, explorers, and gold-seekers stopped by the Fort Hall trading post on the banks of the Snake River. Become a part of the Old Frontier as you walk through the Indian exhibit, Carpenter and Blacksmith rooms, and the Factor’s Quarter.

Old Town
Take a stroll down historic Old Town to get a taste of everything uniquely Pocatello. Specialty shops, art galleries, fine dining, quaint coffee shops, all under the backdrop of charming historic buildings. Don’t miss out on the First Friday Art Walks and Summer Concert Series.

Lava Hot Springs
Unwind in one of these world famous hot springs. Open year round, each pool is bubbling with soothing hot water and rich minerals. Take a dip and disappear in the steam.

Idaho Museum of Natural History
Families will love this fascinating museum with exhibits full of dinosaurs, ice-age mammals, volcanoes, and a Natural History Garden. This Idaho State University museum has found the perfect balance of being both fun and educational.

Local’s Guide

Museum of Clean
If you’re looking for your typical museum experience, you’ve come to the wrong place. The Museum of Clean perfectly embodies what makes this city so quirky and fun. Here, a complex the size of an entire city block has been dedicated entirely to the idea of “clean”.

You’ll find exhibits like the world’s largest collection of vacuum devices, the history of washing machines, antique plungers, and toilets dating back to Queen Elizabeth of Austria. It’s good, clean fun for the whole family.



Welcome to “The Potato Capital of the World.” Blackfoot has some fun attractions to visit on your way up the 26.

Must Sees

Idaho Potato Museum
Everyone knows Idaho is famous for its potatoes. But did you know that Blackfoot is famous for its potato museum? Learn the history of these celebrity spuds and feast your eyes on the world’s largest potato crisp made by the Pringle’s Company.

Blackfoot Reservoir
Used to irrigate lands on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, the reservoir has plenty of rainbow and cutthroat trout to catch. When you’re done fishing, find a good birding spot and watch pelicans and a variety of waterfowl in their natural habitat.

Local’s Guide

Eastern Idaho State Fair
It might only be open the first week of September, but the Eastern Idaho State Fair is an essential pit stop for any fair enthusiast. Of course they have the usual rides and entertainment, but what really makes this fair something else is its food. Throw out your diet and indulge with a glazed donut burger, heavenly peanut butter cup funnel cake, and so much more.


Idaho Falls

Known for their thriving economy, high quality of life, and world class outdoor recreation, Idaho Falls has become a premier destination for tourists and prospective residents alike. With so much to see and explore, it’s the perfect way to top off your Idaho road trip.

Must Sees

Yellowstone National Park
Drive into the gates of Yellowstone and you’ll be greeted not only by park rangers, but herds of bison, elk, wolves, grizzlies, and all sorts of curious wildlife. The exquisite mountain landscape can take days to explore, so give yourself adequate time to see all that this famous park has to offer.

Did you know that most of the park sits on a slumbering giant volcano? That’s why there are more hot springs and geysers here than anywhere else on the planet. Watch the iconic Old Faithful Geyser live up to its name as it erupts almost every 91 minutes. Be wowed by Mother Nature with visits to Yellowstone’s Grand Canyon, the Boiling River, the Grand Prismatic Spring, and Norris Geyser Basin.

Grand Teton National Park
Head south from Yellowstone and behold the majesty of the Teton Mountains whose highest jagged peak towers at over 13,700 feet of elevation. Hike through the serene alpine terrain through over 200 miles of trails or float down the Snake River. Trust us, you’re going to need your camera for this one.

Snake River Greenbelt
Conveniently located right in Idaho Falls, this 6 mile stretch of paved trail hugs the beautiful river. Go for a jog along the path or pack a lunch and relax at the Falls that gave the city its name. The Greenbelt is the perfect way to start your day out on the town.

Museum of Idaho
Located on the edge of historic downtown, the museum is within walking distance of the river, restaurants, and many other local attractions. Take time to appreciate the Lewis and Clark exhibit and watch the kids play in the fun Children’s Discovery Room: Secrets of the Cave.

Craters of the Moon National Monument
Wish you could visit another planet but don’t have the time or money to become an astronaut? Visit Craters of the Moon where you’ll be transported to an otherworldly landscape full of lava fields, cinder cones, and shield volcanoes. Come see why President Coolidge called it a “weird and scenic landscape”.

Local’s Guide

Candy Junction
This “Sweet Shoppe Fun Stop” will satisfy even the harshest candy critics. Not only does it have a fun nostalgic atmosphere, but it’s full of some of the finest sweets around. Dig into barrels of fresh gourmet salt-water taffy, hard to find retro candies, creamy chocolates and so much more in Historic Downtown Idaho Falls.