We went to Jackson Hole while we were on our way to the Yellowstone National Park. Jackson Hole is a small town in the American Rockies - Teton Mountains valley. It has various tourist resorts, campgrounds and locations like skiing facilities, outdoor recreation as well as local arts & hand crafts shops.
The first place we visited here was the Antler Arches Town Square. Every year elks naturally shed their antlers and they are picked from the ground by people. Those antlers were collected, then weaved around a steel frame, screwed and fixed together. This is how they made the very famous Antler Arches, which decorate the four corners of the town square. Now a days, those arches are a favorite picture spot for everyone visiting Jackson Hole.
We also saw this perfect cowboy statue at the Antler Arches Town Square.
We spent around half of the day in this small town before moving forward in our journey. We walked around, had lunch, strolled here and there watching different places and taking photographs in this quiet little town. It was a perfect and sunny spring day.
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