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Welcome to the Valley

Swan Valley, Irwin and Palisades comprise the scenic communities that nestle the banks of the SouthFork of the Snake River, one of the best dry-fly fisheries in North America.

With the Big Hole Range to the north, the Caribou Mountains to the south and the Palisades Range to the east, splendid panoramas abound and year-round outdoor activities are a magnet for sportsmen and adventurers..

The valley is part of the Yellowstone ecosystem which is home to the largest elk and Rocky Mountain big horn sheep herds in the country as well as numerous white tail and mule deer, moose, bear, mountain lions and some mountain goats. Swans, sand cranes and many other species of birds also provide exciting viewing for ornithologists.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, home of the Grand Teton National Park and the world-famous Grand Teton Mountain Range, and adjoining Yellowstone National Park, is a short 45-minute drive through majectic mountain passes.