A small town made of antlers
Hearing "Jackson", I can't help but think of the famous singer. We traveled to this small town with the same surname in the depths of the Rocky Mountains. It is a beautiful and lovely place. A small town of cowboy culture in the American West.
The most eye-catching town is the antler park in the middle of the cross street it is named after the four arches at the four corners of the park. They are not made of wood, stone or brick, but with a large elk. The corners were built - built in 1960 and sharing 7,500 antlers. These antlers are not the result of killing. Instead, a large number of elks come to Jacksons National Elk Conservation Area from the mountains every winter for the winter. The spring antlers naturally fall off and renew, and after the elk leaves, they leave behind the treasures.
Jackson Town is suitable for travel all year round, with the best scenery in summer and autumn; skiing in winter, the first-class continuous vertical and longest snow slope ski resort in the United States, but the weather is very cold.
Jackson Town is the gateway to Yellowstone Park. After seeing the natural beauty of the National Park, it is a good choice to choose a small evening in this culturally friendly town. On that day, when the sunset is reflected in the antlers of the street heart park, you are sitting under the statue of "Marlboro" riding cowboy, staring at the opposite store hanging a window garland made of antlers and a high mountain trail. Recalling the scenes in the TV series "Huangshi", I suddenly did not know what year and month?
Posted: 11 Oct 2019