Description - The Teton Scenic Byway begins at Swan Valley on the Snake River and runs north through Victor and Driggs, where mountain men and fur trappers held their annual North American Rendezvous. With the snowy white and blue spires of the Tetons rising 13,000 feet above sweeping rangelands, it's not hard to imagine the rip-roaring times of the past, especially if you time your visit with the two-day Rendezvous celebration held in Driggs each August. After passing through spectacular Targhee National Forest, the Byway connects in Ashton with the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway which takes you to two of the last undisturbed waterfalls of consequence in the West.
- The Teton Scenic Byway is known for it's Cultural, Historical, Natural, Recreational and Scenic Attractions.
Directions from : The route begins at Swan Valley and follows SH-31 northeasterly to a junction with SH-33 at Victor. From there, it travels northerly along Forest Service Route 294 to its junction with U.S. 20 near Ashton.