莫非_1974Finally arrived in the beautiful and clean Jackson town, the town is the southern entrance to Grand Teton and Yellowstone Park. Jackson Town Square is one of the town’s landmarks. The most famous square is the four arches built with elk antlers. It is said that these countless antlers come every year in the winter, and the elk herd in Yellowstone Park will move to the "National Elk Sanctuary" for the winter, and the town is on the elk migration route. In spring, male deer will naturally shed their antlers and grow a new pair. These shed antlers were used to build and decorate the gates of the park. It was not cut down artificially, and I felt much calmer looking at the arch.
Null_VoidAfter playing from Yellowstone Park, passing through the Grand Teton National Park, to Jackson Town, the most famous is Antler Park. The arched door formed by thousands of antlers is a must. By the way, I found a restaurant nearby. Love western food! Because of the large amount and I like cheese, I ate Chinese food two or three times during the trip. You should really eat the local people's food when you travel overseas-it is also part of understanding the culture!
chenweiwenJackson Lake is a natural lake in Grand Teton National Park, northwest of Wyoming. The lake is extended after the Jackson Lake Dam is completed. It has 15 small islands. At the foot of the Titon Mountains, six lakes are linked by a snake river, known as the Snake River, which is 1, 670 kilometers long and is one of the most important rivers along the Northwestern Pacific coast. It originated near Yellowstone Park in Wyoming, flows west through the Snake River Canyon, crosses Idaho, and merges into the Columbia River in Washington State. Jackson Lake, the largest of the six, is the water source of agricultural irrigation in its western neighbour Idaho, which is largely a stream formed by melting snow in the Snake River and the Grand Teton Mountains. (Southeast Idaho is home to potatoes from around the world, and Idaho produces 30% of the nation's autumn potatoes. North-east beans and lentils account for a larger share of the nation's output.)
带着Cici看世界The town is decorated with flowers everywhere, which is completely different from the desolate and wild style of the few western American towns we have passed through. It feels like a European town! The town is small and still retains the traditional American western style. The streets are full of bars, hotels, small restaurants and clothing stores selling cowboy leather clothing or belt buckles. The strong cowboy flavor fills the whole town. Because it is the only small town to go to Grand Teton and Yellowstone, accommodation and dining are more expensive. Jackson Town, also known as the "antler town", the "antler park" in the center of the town, the park is surrounded by giant arches made up of thousands of antlers (Antler Arch), it is said that every year when the winter comes, the elk herd in Yellowstone Park The whole group moved to the "National Elk Sanctuary" in the northeast of Jackson to avoid winter. After the deer leaves, there will be many male deer's antlers naturally shed. Local boy scouts entered the reserve to pick up and collect. One part was auctioned to maintain the cost of activities, and the other part was used to decorate the door frames of the park. Since then, the Antler Park has become one of the features here. Many tourists visit This group photo.
淼淼0301I have to admit that Americans have a very strong awareness of animal protection. This elk sanctuary was built in 1912 to protect the habitat and living environment of the world’s largest deer species. There are many elk here, which are very cute and very cute. It's worth our visit.
cizhenJack Xun Cave is one of the attractions worth visiting. It mainly introduces the history of Jackson Cave, as well as some handicrafts, so that you can clearly understand the history of this attraction and buy good souvenirs.