Anglers Inn

265 North Millward Street, Jackson, Wyoming, 83001, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 265 North Millward Street, Jackson, is near Lewis and Clark River Expeditions, Antelope Flats, Cache Creek/Game Creek Loop, and Jackson Hole Hat Co..
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    Travel Blogs from Jackson

    Day 11

    A travel blog entry by glenmunkus on Aug 07, 2014

    ... evening we went out for a group meal and a few drinks in Jackson. The meal was at a very nice restaurant called The Mangy Moose. Matt had an Elk steak and I had a Buffalo Burger. The highlight at this stage was when Matt had ordered 'Moose' wings (named for the special sauce of the restaurant) and Emily said 'but moose don't have wings!' Oh well. Later we went to The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar which had saddles for barstools ...

    Grand Teton National Park

    A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 10, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Nothing is really scarier than going down with the camper pushing a bit from behind. Your inclination is to keep speeding up as you coast, but that would't be wise. The goal, as I understand it, is about 10%25 brake and the rest controlled by downshifting. As you downshift the RPMs go up and you wonder if its sustainable. You also have the issue of the long line of cars behind you. I just try to put that out of my mind. They can think I'm a !$@$!! I suppose ...

    Night 11: Continental Divide

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 03, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of bones, reminding me of the much colder Indian Spring in the UP of Michigan. We crossed the continental divide south of here and followed the Lewis River to the Snake River, passing scenes of shimmering lakes, the Tetons in front of us, and the Snake Canyon below. We left YNP and crossed into the Rockefeller Parkway, past many good campsites like Flagg Ranch, all the way to Grand Teton NP. The north part of the Tetons are thickly forested, ...

    Grand Teton National Park

    A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Sep 20, 2013

    10 photos

    ... pizza and told me where to see moose in the morning (pizza: win, moose: fail). I also met a great couple who is on a journey of their own. Our paths overlapped for the last few days: we arrived at Yellowstone at the same time but camped in different places, drove to the Grand Tetons at the same time (saw the accident), did the same hike around the lake this afternoon, then met for dinner. It made for an enjoyable dinner, and a wonderful end to the ...

    Moose on Moose Wilson Road, Grand Tetons

    A travel blog entry by annarichard on Sep 08, 2013

    ... from park (Moose Wilson Rd) and passed Moose Habitat. Many photographers there, waiting, so we joined them. Rewarded by moose cow and calf coming down to uplands lake to feed in late afternoon. Thunderstorms still threatening so stayed the night in motel in Jackson Hole. Very developed and touristy town. Walked around town centre but historic buildings eclipsed by commercial operations. ...