If you’ve never been to Cave Falls on Fall River, or if it’s been a few years, I highly recommend a day trip to this spectacular area for either a picnic, day hike or fishing. Cave Falls is located in the southwestern boundary of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. You can get there by following the road east of Ashton, Idaho, State road 47. The falls are about 23 miles from Ashton.
We recently took kids to the area for a fun day hike and picnic, and of course for some fishing. The day proved extremely productive. Not only did we enjoy the gorgeous scenery and exploring the beauties this corner of the world offers, but we also caught a lot of fish! Nothing large in size by any means, but it was one of those days where you couldn’t throw your line in the water and know a fish would be greeting your line! This is my favorite kind of day to experience with kids, it makes the whole sport of fishing more exciting and plants that desire to go again.
The day was made even more special by the fantastic scenery! Cave Falls is the widest waterfall in Yellowstone, at 250 feet across. Want to hike? The area offers great short trails (3-5 mile walks or hikes) and also serves as a gateway for your more serious hikers who might want to experience the Bechler area such as Union Falls, Rocky Ford Loop or Dunanda Falls. Click here more information.
Call us now for your Fall River shuttle service. 800-360-9051
The Henry's Fork is a very diverse river, from the upper regions in Island Park to the lower Henry's Fork near Ashton and St. Anthony. Depending on where you are fishing, we have a fly shop close by.
If you're planning on fly fishing on the Henry's Fork near Vernon, Ora, Chester, Fun Farm, Warm River, or Ashton stop by our Fly Shop on the Lower Henry's Fork: TRR Outfitters - Ashton Fly Shop
Tons of flies, one of the largest selection of Patagonia Gear, all the top brands of fly fishing gear, Henry's Fork Shuttles, & Guided Fly Fishing Trips.
Phone Number: (208) 652-3008 - Address: 1051 N. Highway 20, Ashton, Idaho 83420
If you plan on trying your luck on Box Canyon, Harriman Ranch or the Railroad Ranch, Last Chance, Island Park Resevoir, Macks Inn, or Henry's Lake; visit our Upper Henry's Fork Fly Shop in Last Chance: TRR Outfitters - Island Park Fly Shop
We also have a large selection of flies, lots of Orvis Gear, Columbia, some camping gear, Henry's Fork Guide Service. Book your Henry's Fork Shuttles here as well!
Phone: (208) 558-7501 - Address: 3386 N. Highway 20, Last Chance, Idaho 83429
In the heart of the Teton Valley, very close to the Teton River & just over the hill from the Snake River. We have all top brands fly fishing brands, lots of flies, and a huge assortment of fly tying gear. We also have guide service for your fly fishing trip on the Snake River. We're as close to a Snake River Fly Shop as you can get. Visit TRR Outfitters - Driggs Fly Shop
Within easy driving distance to world-renowned attractions including Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Mesa Falls and Henry's Fork of the Snake River, you can fulfill all of your vacation needs right here. Whether you’re here for fly fishing, upland game hunting, camping or any other outdoor activity, you can find an abundance of things to do in the Eastern Idaho area.
Regardless of the season there is something for everyone. From hiking and biking open trails, to fly fishing pristine rivers to gliding down the ski slopes, nature awaits you. Or, visit one of our many other tourist attractions such as an Indian reservation, one of Idaho’s famous national parks or historical museums. Take in a performance and dine at one of our delectable eateries. This land is your land - an area for all who love nature’s beauty, culture, and history. Come visit Three Rivers Ranch - we guarantee you a trip of a lifetime.
If you’re an outdoorsman, then Eastern Idaho is the spot for you. The area offers spectacular hiking opportunities for all levels. Where else can you climb the Tetons or watch Old Faithful erupt? For seasoned hikers, there are tougher hiking trails that may include overnight camping, while beginner hikers can find simple hiking trails or walking trails that are just perfect for a morning stroll.
Endless trails follow along some of the most well-preserved rivers and lakes and offer breathtaking views of the majestic mountains. You’ll find yourself in awe as you stumble upon the beauty of this region and find yourself amidst some of the most amazing wildlife.
Whether conquering the Tetons, backpacking through the woods or just strolling along a scenic trail, Eastern Idaho offers an impressive variety of hiking opportunities.
Eastern Idaho offers numerous biking opportunities from mountain biking rugged terrain to leisurely pedaling along the beautiful landscapes. Pack a picnic lunch and head out on a biking excursion and find the right path for you and enjoy the breathtaking views and the quiet of the forests and wildlife.
With over thousands of miles of trails for you to follow, biking can be a full day or two day adventure that can show you the most amazing scenery. Bike rentals are available in the area by the hour or by the day.
There are several things to do in Eastern Idaho in the winter months. Put on the right gear and head outside and enjoy the crisp, cool air and the scenic views of this wonderful part of the state.
Hit the slopes at nearby Kelly Canyon Ski Area and enjoy the intimacy of the mountain for day or night skiing. And, families love the new 600-foot tubing park. Or go to the famous Grand Targhee Ski Resort and get lost in over 3000 acres of land where you can enjoy alpine skiing, night skiing, heli-skiing, snow-cat skiing, cross country skiing, snow tubing and snow boarding.
Eastern Idaho also offers some of the best snowmobiling around with 1800 miles of groomed trails running along breathtaking open ridges, scenery, and wildlife. Many towns are known as snowmobiling hubs, and winter brings festivals and events celebrating this popular pastime.
Other outdoor winter activities in Eastern Idaho include snowshoeing, ice fishing, ice skating and sledding, but there is also much to do inside including visiting Eastern Idaho’s historical activities including Museums and Family History Centers.
Upland waterfowl hunting at Three Rivers Ranch is an experience second to none. See our photos below.
You know life is good when you’re sleeping under the stars and listening to the pristine sounds of nature. Here, in Eastern Idaho, camping spots are abundant, whether you choose public spot or a more intimate spot nestled in the woods. The numerous mountains, lakes, rivers and astounding forests attract visitors each year to this area.
Choose your style of camping and stay at one of the many area campgrounds, find a log cabin, or pitch your own tent. Hike in, bike in, or drive in and surround yourself with breathtaking beauty. And, when you are this close with nature, perhaps you might see some of the amazing wildlife that lives in our world-renowned parks.