Yes. While trails provide the most rewarding experience in the heart of the Tetons, at least two roads over the Tetons exist. Teton Pass is a highly traveled route at the southern edge of the Tetons between Jackson, Wyoming and Victor, Idaho that ascends to 8,432 feet and offering amazing views of Teton Valley and Jackson Hole. At the Northern end of the range, a 47.2 mile, largely dirt road extends between Flagg Ranch just outside of Grand Teton National Park all the way to Ashton, Idaho. The often bumpy route passes several backcountry lakes and offers dispersed camping and trail access to remote areas in the Greater Teton ecosystem.