Of the few Rocky Mountain communities that successfully toe the line between resort and indigenous town, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is a standout. Jackson Hole's million-dollar homes sprout all over the valley (formerly called a "hole"), but there is still open space, a respect for cowboys and resistance to too much glitz. Sixty miles south of Yellowstone, Jackson Hole has become a mix of ski bums, blue bloods, nouveau riche, avid outdoor types and a few real, live cowboys, many with a hunger for music, art and good restaurants.
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