CHEYENNE, WY - A Wyoming town has made a popular new list.
Jackson Hole has been ranked #7 in Conde Nast Traveler's new survey of the U.S.' Friendliest Cities.
Those taking the survey called Jackson Hole “a busy, funky town that has nearly everything you need, set amidst the most amazing mountains in North America.” They also cited it's mixture of old and new saying it’s an “Old West meets upscale” spot where “jeans work everywhere.”
Telluride, Colorado was the only other town in our region to make the list. To see who made #1 and who made the list of Unfriendliest cities, check out the link attached to this article.