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The Victor to Driggs Rail-Trail is nestled in a valley of eastern Idaho, surrounded by the beautiful Tetons. The paved north-south route follows a former Union Pacific right-of-way and parallels the state's nearby border with Wyoming.
A highlight along the way is the Spud Drive-In, a movie theater that has been showing films since 1953. The massive screen towers over the valley, with its rear facing the trail and adjacent State Route 33. The theater's marquee hangs from the screen's supports, and a unique element sits nearby: a gigantic potato on a flatbed truck.
For more adventure, eight miles north of Driggs, you can get on the spectacular Ashton-Tetonia Trail, stretching nearly 30 miles with scenic views of the countryside and several railroad trestles.
A parking lot is provided at the south end of the trail in Victor at the intersection of Cedron Road and S. 500 W.
Started late in evening from Victor. Wind SW 25-30 knots. It just blew me north on my Tri-Cruiser with very little effort on my part. Just out of Driggs is a spur off the trail through woods along Creekside Meadows Dr, in .43 mile comes to end at the Creek. Then back to enter Driggs. Return to Victor at Sundown into wind using power to help with Head wind. Pictures will show the scenes along the straight trail. 10Jun 2014
One of our dogs just had cruciate ligament surgery give weeks ago. We took him for maybe 1 1/2 miles north put of Victor. Nice scenery all around, fields and mountains nearby. But no shade on this part of the trail.
We did this ride in summer of '11 starting from Driggs and extended a mile or so to the southeast side of Victor only to discover the old, bike-friendly highway that goes several miles east toward Teton Pass. We enjoyed the few additional miles, and upon our return ride stopped and had some jaw dropping samples at the Teton Brewery. Great tandem-friendly riding, fair to fabulous scenery, and a hoptacular brewery at the halfway point. Life doesn't get much better than this.
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