How to Get Here
There is a B Level FAA business airport in Driggs, adjacent to the Distillery, with a 7200 foot runway, capable of jet traffic.
For commercial flights, fly into either Jackson Hole (JAC) or Idaho Falls (IDA) on Delta, US Air, United, or American. Fly into Salt Lake City (SLC) (3 hr. south) and take a shuttle to nearby Rexburg. Or rent a car and drive 3 hours north. There are flights from Las Vegas (LAS) and Phoenix (PHX) on Allegiant Air as well as the majors, Delta, United, American, etc. into Idaho Falls. Both airports are equal distant from Driggs. With advance notice, we can arrange pickup at the airport or in Rexburg and provide transportation to the distillery for class; but, you may want a rental car.
Yellowstone and Teton National Parks are an hour away and well worth a visit while you are in the area. Skiing is available at Grand Targhee in Teton Valley, ID (it is actually located in Wyoming - but, no access from Wyoming) and in Jackson Hole. Big Sky, Montana is just 2 hours north.
The Yellowstone-Grand Teton Loop is a 260 mile drive It can be done easily in a day if you start early, with plenty of time for a picnic beside the river inside the Park. This drive is designated as one the Ten Most Scenic Drives in the West by National Geographic.
It takes you through Jackson Hole, Yellowstone National Park including Old Faithful, Teton National Park, and right in front of Grand Teton Distillery, where your course will be conducted. Snowmobile tours of Yellowstone are available in winter.