Upper Valley Eclipse
The Great American Eclipse, as some are calling it, will pass over the Upper Snake River Valley on Monday August 21st. The Upper Snake River Valley has been named by many eclipse experts, as one of the best locations in the United States to view the eclipse, due to its high elevation, dry climate and propensity for clear skies.
Find Out What is Happening in the Upper Snake River Valley
The Great American Eclipse will pass over the communities of Upper Snake River Valley. From Island Park, Ashton and St. Anthony to the north, Driggs and Victor to the east, and Sugar City, Rexburg and Rigby to the south, the Upper Snake River Valley cities and counties are excited to welcome you to our communities. Below are links to city and county websites where you can find more information about these communities. In addition, Eclipse Committees have been set up in several cities and counties; links to their websites are also included below.
Upper Valley Eclipse Websites
Upper Valley Eclipse Events
Your visit to the Upper Snake River Valley will not be complete without taking advantage of the many recreational activities that the region has to offer. From public lands, including Teton and Yellowstone National Parks; State and National Forests and BLM lands; to the nationally recognized St. Anthony Sand Dunes East Idaho is an out door enthusiasts dream come true.
When you are ready to take a break from the outdoors, come into town to relax and refuel. The towns and cities of the Upper Snake River Valley have the restaurants and stores to get you back up and going again. These same communities have put together many events for the Great American Eclipse week. For more information explore the events below. Click on the event to learn more.