This Tributary Cabin is derived from the rustic homesteads found in the surrounding valley. Authentic materials, walls of glass and generous living spaces define this quintessential family retreat at Tributary. A basecamp for adventure seekers, Tributary’s 1,500-acre, low-density community offers a one-of-a-kind setting rich in wildlife, ponds and wetlands and mountain town culture. In designing the community’s golf course, Tributary, David McLay Kidd complemented the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape in an exciting and environmentally conscious way that offers a challenge to golfers. Woven through the championship course are 50 acres of wetlands that provide habitat for native flora and fauna. The Big Hole and Teton mountains rise in the distance from nearly every angle, and there is a breathtaking shot at the 16th hole where golfers tee off toward the Grand Teton.