Unique elk antler arch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming (northeast view)
You might think that the small town of Jackson hidden in the shadow of the Teton and Gros Ventre mountain ranges has nothing to offer. However, the opposite is the truth! Do you see the white arch? It's made of elk antlers completely. Antler arches have been built here since the early 1960s. No worries, no elk was hurt. Antlers are solid and fall off naturally from animals who grow new sets every year. Jackson is also the gateway to adventure at Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Enjoy the rural beauty in the scene and you might find yourself on a virtual vacation in the American West.
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