Devils Tower National Monument Wyoming
Devils Tower - travel information, rock climbing, hiking, campgrounds. Devils Tower
National Monument is our nations first national monument, this striking geologic wonder rises 1,267 feet
above the Belle Fourche River in northeast Wyoming. American Indians consider Devils Tower to be a sacred
area for prayer, worship, and renewal.
The surrounding countryside is home to a myriad of plant and animal life and attracts visitors from
around the world. Visitors delight in the beauty of the area and enjoy the activities offered at the monument
There are seven miles of hiking trails at Devils Tower. The most popular, Tower Trail, a 1.3 mile paved
trail circles Devils Tower itself. The longer trails traverse tranquil forests and meadows and offer different
views of Devils Tower.
Visit The Alamo in San Antonio as well as missions and
famous Riverwalk. Rock climbing at Devils Tower is a popular recreational sport and is acclaimed as one
of the premier crack climbing areas in North America.
Ranger programs, interpretive talks and evening programs are available at the Visitor Center. Devils
Tower is open year round. Park entrance fees for seven days are $10 for in individual vehicle pass and
$5 for either pedestrian, bicycle or motorcycle pass. Very limited Class A parking with some Class C parking.
We highly recommend calling ahead.
Travel info - Devils Tower National Monument is located on Highway 24 in Devils Tower, Wyoming.
Map location of Devil's
Tower National Monument.
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