Ski Magazine

Jackson, Wyo.

I moved to Jackson for the skiing, but it was the town that kept me here. The bottomless powder and steep chutes at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are great, but I need cultural stimulation to sustain me. Jackson, an old cowboy town that’s managed to modernize with chic hotels and tony restaurants without losing its western soul, delivers.

As is typically the case, it’s the people who make the difference. Jackson’s population—right around

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