USA/WY: Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole is the main tourist town at the foothills of the Grand Tetons (the town is actually called Jackson and the valley is called Jackson Hole, but everyone used the two word name for the town). It’s a small town with population under 10K, but it swells with tourists in winter for skiing and in summer for Grand Teton and Yellowstone visiting. The main attraction is the central square with archways made entirely out of elk antlers. Overall, it a major tourist trap of a town – overpriced restaurants, overloaded kitschy souvenirs shops, half a dozen sports gear shops, and also a lot of pseudo galleries and boutiques.