Only 26 miles from downtown Jackson, Granite Ranch feels light years away. Or maybe it feels like a leap back to simpler times. On Granite Creek, in the Gros Ventre Mountains and downstream from a waterfall that parts of the 1992 fly-fishing movie A River Runs Through It were filmed, the Ranch is a rare in-holding--private property surrounded by public land--in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Here you can hike, read in front of a fire, fly-fish, see the Milky Way, hunt, sip a cocktail on the porch, and ride horses. A conditional use permit from Teton County allows the Ranch to be operated as a seasonal guest ranch--likely the most unique in Jackson Hole. It has 30,000+ square feet of space between 23 structures dating from the 1930s to 2018 and can sleep 100 people.