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Located between the Gros Ventre Range and the Teton mountain range in the Wyoming lays the valley named Jackson Hole, situated near the Idaho border. The place was named after David Edward ‘Davey’ Jackson in 1914 as Jackson. Later it got its surname ‘hole’ by early mountain men who after entering the valley had to drop by steep slopes which seemed to be entering into a hole and thus the name. It has the busiest and largest commercial airport in Wyoming making it obvious that there are a large number of tourists visiting the place.
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