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Surrounded by nearby world-class ski resorts, abundant backcountry terrain, and onsite Nordic trails, Tributary’s members can ski and snowboard a seemingly endless number of trails.


Nordic skiers can opt to stay close to home, as Tributary’s 18-hole golf course transitions into a Nordic center in winter. Whether heading out for a cross-country trek or skate skiing venture, Tributary offers 10 kilometers of private, groomed trails at different levels offering spectacular views at every turn.

Looking for more trails? The non-profit Teton Valley Trails and Pathways is continually expanding the miles of Nordic trails it grooms around the valley.


Grand Targhee Resort is a year-round mountain resort situated on the western slope of the Tetons in Alta, Wyoming. A short 30-minute shuttle from Tributary, Grand Targhee Resort gets an annual average of more than 500 inches of snow and is the only ski area in North America with a perfect record of being in full operation by Christmas Day. The resort consistently ranks in the top five resorts in the U.S. for its percentage of annual powder days. More impressive still are the sweeping Teton views from the top of Targhee’s Dreamcatcher lift.

Private Lounge For Tributary Members

To make adventuring at Targhee even easier, Tributary offers free shuttles between the community and the resort throughout the ski season for members along with access to a fully appointed private lounge conveniently located in the Teewinot Lodge at the resort complete with day lockers and a fireplace to relax between runs.


Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, with the longest continuous vertical rise of any ski area in the U.S. and acclaimed as one of North America’s best ski resorts, is a short 40-minute drive from Tributary. Rising 4,139 feet from the valley floor, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has terrain for all abilities and offers backcountry access as well.


Surrounded by easy-access terrain, some of the country’s best backcountry skiing with fresh, untracked snow for experienced, well-equipped, prepared skiers is a short drive away and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort provides guided backcountry skiing.

"'I’d been skiing in Idaho before and was looking for a mountain area where we could stay during the pandemic,' says [Kent] Rounds, 60. 'I saw Tributary online and bought a place sight unseen because it was exactly what I had in mind. The house sits on a half-acre and faces the Teton Mountains and the golf course for unobstructed views.'"

—Barron's Penta
Driggs, Idaho named one of North America's Next Great Ski Towns
"Grand Targhee Resort...gets more than 500 inches of snow a year. You could also just do backcountry laps off Teton Pass or drop down to world-famous Jackson Hole Mountain Resort."

—Outside Magazine
America's Best Small Ski Towns
"Teton Valley’s main draw is what it’s always been: stunning mountains and miles and miles of wilderness. As for downhill skiing, 12 miles east of Driggs lies the uncrowded Grand Targhee Resort, known for its mellow clientele, broad groomed runs, and views of the shark-fin Grand Teton peak."

—Travel + Leisure
Driggs, Idaho ranked six for Top 10 emerging ski towns in North America
"Families seeking virtually guaranteed powder in a salt-of-the-earth ski town"

—National Geographic
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