Wheels Down to Toes Up in Minutes

February 12, 2024

DRIGGS, IDAHO: Aside from its rugged mountains and deep glacier-carved valleys, Yellowstone Park has unusual geologic features, including fossil forests and eroded basaltic lava flows.

Tributary, an exclusive, private community, is located on the “undiscovered” side of the Yellowstone ecosystem. Its elevated 1.8-mile boardwalk (the longest west of the Mississippi River) allows a constant water flow to support surrounding flora and fauna. Its headwaters eventually feed into large streams and rivers to the south.

“Our club isn’t a one-hit wonder,” expressed Jeff Heilbrun, director of real estate at Tributary. “We embrace the great outdoors with a spectacular David McLay Kidd designed golf course, transportation to the slopes of Grand Targhee Mountain [that in most years receives more snow than nearby Jackson Hole Ski Resort], and some of the country’s best fly-fishing literally in all directions. Teton Valley, Idaho is still relatively undiscovered, but we are only 40 minutes from Jackson Hole, Wyoming and only 10 minutes from “ramp to residence” if you fly into the local Driggs, Idaho airport.

“We offer premier mountain living. During our long, warm summer months, The Recreation Barn is loaded with outdoor toys, including mountain bikes, paddleboards, and even archery boards for hatchet throwing. Once the snow starts to fly, our golf practice facility is turned into a groomed snowmobile racetrack for families. If the great outdoors is important to your lifestyle, we are worth a look. Grand Targhee Resort [about a 30-minute drive from Tributary] is the only ski area in North America with a perfect record for being in full operation by Christmas Day.”