Often referred to as "Jackson Hole", this city is the scene of a talent migration from the big smoke due to the number of business leaders receiving lucrative exit payouts or reaching retirement age. No longer being required to suffer the hoi polloi of a metropolis, they are being lured by Jackson's natural abundance for skiing, fishing, rafting and plenty of culture and art events.
Once a leader always a leader and these entrepreneurial professionals are diverting their leisure pursuits with mentoring and angel investing in upcoming startups created by youthful entrepreneurs. Jackson Hole has quickly become the United States' enclave for entrepreneurial training and talent. Coworking spaces are springing up around the city's streets to cater to the locals' professional needs and the adventure seeking laptop-totting nomads who need a place to work from.
During the winter months instead of having a morning espresso you can go for a jaunt on a horse-drawn sleigh to check out the National Elk Refuge or take a long lunch and put on your hiking boots for a trek through one of the national parks. If it's winter, throw on your skis or grab your snowboard and hit one of the perfect white slopes. Home to the longest continuous vertical rise of any ski zone in the United States and to the first national park in the world created in 1872, Yellowstone National Park, Jackson has only about 10,000 permanent residents who apparently all drive red trucks around town.