Devils Tower National Monument


Early morning to catch the first sunlight on the rock format known as the Devils Tower. The Devils Tower National Monument is 1,200 feet above Wyoming’s eastern plains and the Belle Fourche River, and is a one-of-a-kind natural wonder. It was thought to be sacred land to many American Indian tribes and called many different names including Grey Horn Butte, He Hota Paha, Bear Rock or Bear Mountain, Tree Rock, and Grizzly Bear Lodge to list a few.

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