Inside this luxury mountainside Granite Ride cabin there are five distinctive, comfortable bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, and every modern convenience. Just up a light-filled staircase from the entryway, the great room is divided by back-to-back river stone fireplaces that stretch up to cathedral ceilings. French doors open to an outdoor living area with willow chairs, a dining table and the fresh balsam air of the forest. Next to the dining room, there is a sunroom where the flowered hillside fills the high windows like a painting; and outside, a hot tub on its own private deck. With its big gas stove, Sub Zero fridge, granite countertops and array of gourmet cooking equipment, this luxury Jackson Hole rental property can accommodate cooking enthusiasts or a professional chef. The room has an open layout and a bar that make meal preparation easy and communal. Just beyond the kitchen is a deck with a gas grill for cooking in the open air. The second floor also holds the house’s two biggest bedrooms, both with rough-hewn, log frame king beds and vaulted ceilings. Each has a private bath, and door which opens onto the great, wide balcony. A very large, well-equipped laundry room is also on this level, and everywhere you turn there are quiet alcoves with game tables, comfortable chairs, and reading lights. A balcony under the eaves sits just above the front door. Three more bedrooms stand on the first floor. Two bedrooms have charming, rustic bunk beds fitted in crisp linens. One has a queen bed at the bottom, another has an extra twin bed off to the side, so each room could comfortably sleep three tired adventurers. The final guest room on the first floor has two log twin beds, standing side by side and an en-suite bath. Catamount’s first floor is where guests will find some of the home’s great diversions: a game room with foosball and air hockey tables, lots of board games, and a giant framed poster of the Jackson Hole downhill ski trials.