Now taking bookings for Summer/Winter 23
TBC is a shop-house in Driggs Idaho built specifically for powersports visitors. The 40'x80' structure includes 2400 sq ft of shop and a two story 1600 sq ft apartment.
The nightly rate and cleaning fees are the same no matter what platform you book on. However AirBnB and Vrbo charges the guest roughly a 15% booking fee so you will save some money booking directly.
Rates vary between $300-$450 per night based on season with a 3 night minimum.
3 miles from the center of Driggs Idaho very close to the Wyoming state line. Yes Spring Creek and Darby trailheads are within riding distance of the shop.
There are over a dozen riding areas within a 30 minute drive of TBC. A couple have a groomed trail system and all the others are mountain terrain accessible via single-track bump trails. The off trail riding ranges from nice open meadows to technical tree lines. The area typically has incredible snow and its no surprise that snowmobile legends like Tucker Hibbert, Rob Kincaid, Garth Kaufman and many others have at one time call this area home.
No we do not. But you can contact The Mountain Riding Lab for USFS approved guiding in the area.
No we do not. But you can contact Stable Mountain for rentals in the area
You should have an Idaho trail sticker and or Wyoming trail sticker (Spring Creek and Darby trailheads) to ride in the area. And if you plan to ride from the shop it's helpful to bring gas cans.
Yes you can park snowmobiles on the racedeck flooring and can park most full size trucks and trailers inside the shop.
You should bring your own tools for repairs however if you need anything while here there is an Ace Hardware and O'Reillys auto parts store in town.
With a full kitchen and dining room you can cook at the shop. There is a large Broulims Grocery store in Driggs. Or if you want to eat out there are many options ranging from relatively inexpensive bar food to high-end fine dining.