A Broad Range of Activities


World-class fly fishing on the Henry’s Fork (named the favorite river by members of Trout Unlimited). With over fifty miles of compelling and remarkably varied water, an angler can spend days on end without fishing the same stretch and constantly experiencing different angling situations.

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Ashton and surrounding areas offer a plethora of sight seeing options. See beautiful Mesa Falls just minutes away from the lodge, to Yellowstone National Park 45 minutes away, to Jackson Hole, WY 1 hours away…the possibilities are absolutely endless.

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Located far from any ocean, the St. Anthony Sand Dunes appears as a rolling sea of sand on the eastern edge of Idaho’s volcanic Snake River Plain. These vast dunes are the largest in Idaho.

They blanket an area approximately 35 miles long and 5 wide, and range from 50-500 feet high.

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The Ashton-Tetonia Trail officially opened in 2010 and extends nearly 30 miles between the towns of Ashton and Tetonia, Idaho. The trail occupies an abandoned rail spur once operated by Union Pacific (the Oregon Short Line). The trail includes five bridges and restored rail trestles. The gravel trail is managed by State of Idaho Parks and Recreation and is open to snowmobiles in winter.

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So much to do, so little time to enjoy it all

You will need to visit more than once to experience all that Idaho has to offer. The acitivities that are available will satisfy everyone in the family.