Love is not for sissies, and neither is the rugged terrain in Jackson Hole. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, has attracted every kind of visitor over the years, except the weak of heart. From fur trappers in the early-nineteenth century to cowboys and ranchers, only the rugged have ventured out West to live among its monumental peaks and valleys. Today, skiers and hikers forego the horse and touch down in Wyoming by plane or car to enjoy the same mountains without sacrificing the comforts of home. Standing at the top of a trail or slope, however, you’ll find the region has not lost its edge. Adrenaline junkies and foodies unite in Jackson Hole for challenging trails and world-class restaurants. Take the plunge and share an historical cabin with a fireplace or a cozy chalet with a hot tub, but don’t forget your nerve.