163 miles / 2 hr., 45 min. drive by vehicle
Nicknamed the “Caribbean of the Rockies” for its sparkling turquoise water, Bear Lake is a gorgeous outdoor getaway full of recreational activities for the whole family.
Bear Lake Valley straddles the border of Idaho and Utah. Over the summer and fall seasons, visitors can sail, jet ski, fish, swim and play along its sandy beaches. In the winter, this historic destination buzzes with ice fishing, snow skiing, snowmobiling and more.
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Defy gravity and learn to flyboard with a private group lesson in Bear Lake.
Buzz through over 250 miles of groomed trails with an epic, adrenaline-pumping snowmobiling experience.
Riders can challenge themselves with various terrains and wide open areas, catch a glimpse of wintering elk and moose, and even climb the mountains for spectacular views of Bear Lake’s scenic valley.
You may not be able to visit Switzerland these days, but a trip to Tony Grove can be just as magical.
Lovingly known as “Little Switzerland,” Tony Grove is abundant with breathtaking landscapes perfect for hiking. Start your experience with a guided tour in a top-down Jeep Sahara 4×4 through Logan Canyon to Tony Grove. Choose your hiking trail, and enjoy stunning views of the canyon with your picnic lunch or dinner.
This luxury ranch offers glamping tents and 19th century-inspired wagons. Guests enjoy “campfire valet service” for firewood, fire lighting, and s’mores kits (of course!) The ranch also offers activities like the Minnetonka Cave, Paris Ice Cave and fossil digging.
This 30-acre private estate has everything, including five bedrooms, two outdoor firepits, a wrap-around deck with a hot tub, and a glass dry sauna.
Your own private playground. Surrounded by mountains, this exclusive lodge offers range of on-site activities like horseback riding, pony rides, UTV rentals, sand volleyball, horseshoe, a fire pit, and more.