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Still trying to wrap my head around what this formation is made of. I did delight in watching some dare devil's climbing the tower, it was amazing! I do recommend to anyone to visit Devils Tower, it is worth the trip!
This is so much fun and easy to visit - the park is not too big - you can walk around the entire monument in an hour-ish. This is great for kids - lots of off trail climbing on rocks, etc. This is definitely worth...More
There wasn't much to draw us to northest Wyoming, but Devils Tower was worth the visit. It is a truly impressive geological anomaly, towering over the surrounding countryside. On the day we visited we could not walk around the Tower, as there had been snow...More
What a tribute to Mother Nature! A tour of the monument was worth the money. We enjoyed the 1.4 mile trek around Devil’s Tower along with watching climbers scaling the monument. This was a highlight of our trip.
Due to time constraints our tour bus could only stop briefly for pictures. This striking monolith was the first to be named a National Monument under the National Park system.
The name appears to have been a mistake when an interpreter in an expedition in...More
Saw Devil's Tower from all angles. Went in a cave, walked thru a Prairie Dog town, saw the river running beside beautiful red cliffs, enjoyed the peace & quiet. Highly recommend visiting this majestic tower. Bring water with you, it was warm in early Sept.
We were on a road trip and decided to do a slight detour to see Devils Tower - what a misnomer. There is a 1.9 mile paved path around the base. The shape and lighting changes as you go around. It’s a great place to...More
Although this is not a large park, the Devil's Tower is awesome to see. Take the trail around the tower to get a view of it from all angles. On the day we were there several groups of climbers were scaling the tower. Don't miss...More
We visited while on a trip to S Dakota. It was so worth the drive to Wyoming. The day was beautiful and we saw no less than 8 rock climbers scaling the face of the tower. Amazing and thrilling. I suggest visiting early in the...More
Finally, after living in Colorado 47 years, seeing "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" playing with my mashed potatoes, I made it there. I was not disappointed, but almost. We were driving through the fog and rain, and just as we arrived at the visitor...More
When we did the walk around Devils Tower at the base, we passed someone in a wheelchair. There are some inclines that might pose a slight challenge, but obviously it can be done. You just need someone along that can push the... More
When we did the walk around Devils Tower at the base, we passed someone in a wheelchair. There are some inclines that might pose a slight challenge, but obviously it can be done. You just need someone along that can push the wheelchair when the path is more difficult.