Over 6,000 feet in elevation, Driggs, Idaho is a draw for all who are seeking adventure and natural beauty in a relaxed small town. The Teton, Big Hole, and Snake River mountain ranges surround the valley and host the explorer in us all. Whether you enjoy skiing, hiking, mountain biking, or world-class fly fishing, there is high caliber fun to be had. Find adventure in our gastronomic landscape where gourmet cuisine abounds in our many restaurants, and locally made craft beer, distilled spirits, a neighborhood butcher, and a 100-year-old soda fountain add distinct flavor.
We enjoy year-round entertainment indoors and out. In addition to the Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race, there are several music festivals, a world class snow carving competition, legendary hot air balloon rally, a robust county fair, farmer’s markets and artisan fairs for you to enjoy! You can find more information on events and visiting the community at: DiscoverTetonValley.com and DowntownDriggs.com.
Doug Self, Stage Chairperson – Driggs, Idaho
Doug is the Community Development Director for the City of Driggs. He works with other community groups including Downtown Driggs Association, Teton Valley Chamber of Commerce, and the Teton Geotourism Center where his goal is to develop and promote events that attract visitors to Teton Valley, and enhance the community for its residents.
"It never seems to fail that the day or night before the Driggs stage, a big storm rolls through putting everything into overdrive and making the trailhead at the base of the Big Hole Mountains even more electric. I love watching the anticipation build in the dogs, racers and crew and then the barking gives way to focused pulling and the silent glide of sled on snow. Now with the Driggs stage being the last stage this year, it will all be cranked up another notch, so is not to be missed!" — Doug Self, Doug Self, AICP, Community Development Director, City of Driggs, Idaho
Junior Musher Program
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