Admittedly, I'm from a small town with a population of 3,500 and spent a big part of my adult life in a city with a population of 10,000 so my idea of a small city is probably not the same as someone who is accustomed to living in or near a metropolis, eh?
Soooo, when I read this about the 10 best small cities in America, I was surprised to see some of them on the list because I thought they were too big to be a small city. Example - Santa Barbara at 91,000
Some of these cities are ski towns that have far more to offer than just good skiing.
Stoked to see Jackson Hole, and Telluride topping the list.