Teton Valley Solar Eclipse 2017

If you are looking to experience the 2017 solar eclipse, then look no further. Teton Valley is in the path of totally. We invite you to experience our genuine hospitality, unmatched views of the Tetons, and this one in a life time solar eclipse. Click here for more information on camping, amenities, emergency services, and more.

We have an outstanding combination of major advantages: our 6,000'+ elevation, clear skies, low humidity, and historically low chance of cloud cover. The time of day, 11:36 MDT, puts the sun high in the sky, with decreased atmospheric refraction. We have beautiful mountain scenery and higher vantage points for viewing the breathtaking 1851 mph race of the moon's shadow from the NW. Please see GreatAmericanEclipse.com People regard a total solar eclipse as one of the most awe-inspiring events one can see with the human eye. With the unique features of the Teton Valley, we hope to make this occasion a very special community event for all Valley residents, our guests and visitors. Come and join us!

TetonPath.com is an interactive map where you can see the path of totality for the 2017 solar eclipse over Teton Valley. This map will help you navigate around the valley from your phone. You will find all the information about Teton Valley including: viewing locations, emergency series, banking, fuel, transportation, shopping, and more. Click here to access the TetonPath Map

Dreamcatcher Bed & Breakfast

On August 21, 2017, the Great American Eclipse will be passing right over the Teton Valley at 11:34 a.m. An experience of a lifetime. At Dreamcatcher Bed & Breakfast, you can see this total solar eclipse in a beautiful setting while enjoying a delicious brunch and sipping a glass of beer or wine. Brunch will be catered by Forage, one of the top restaurants in the Teton Valley. This unique experience is limited to 50 reservations. Buy your tickets here!

Grand Targhee Resort

On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will occur and Grand Targhee Resort is in the path of totality. It has been almost 40 years since the last total solar eclipse crossed North America. In Alta, Wyoming the duration of totality will last approximately 2 minutes and 16 seconds. On the day of the eclipse, Grand Targhee Resort will only be open to guests who are camping, have a scenic chair lift ticket, or parking pass. Due to high demand, the resort will only sell a limited number of lift tickets, camping and parking passes. View our summit webcam for a live solar eclipse video stream or to plan ahead.


  • Only certain destinations will reach total darkness
  • Total darkness in Alta, Wyoming will last approximately 2 minutes 16 seconds
  • Total solar eclipses are rare
  • A solar eclipse happens at New Moon
  • This is the first total solar eclipse in the United States in 38 years
  • Next total eclipse won’t happen until 2024