Devil's Tower National Monument, Devils Tower
Devil's Tower National Monument, Devils Tower - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: WY-110, Devils Tower, WY 82714, United States
Ticket Price: 5 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Devil's Tower National Monument, Devils Tower
Devils Tower National Monument is a national monument in Wyoming and is known for its iconic looks and challenging climb. If you are one of the adventure seekers then do visit the place as it offers adrenaline rush activities and will make your trip worthwhile.
Devil's Tower National Monument Ticket Prices
- The ticket is for 1-7 days vehicle pass is 10 Dollars.
- 1-7 days motorcycle pass for a person costs 5 Dollars.
- Price mentioned for individual is mentioned.
- 100 dollars for a seating capacity 26+.
How To reach Devil's Tower National Monument by Public Transport
- You can take a rental or a taxi near the location and then walk from there.
- Walking on foot is the best option.
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Devil's Tower National Monument, Devils Tower Reviews
Our family was stunned, moved and amazed at this work of art by nature! Truly a humbling experience. Kids loved it. Refreshing stop. We could have spent a day here. Wear good shoes for rocks. Be prepared to discuss with children a light dose of "Native American superstition" -- really more post-modern misunderstood application of ancient American spiritual practices. But a nice place to visit and climb and explore.
The ranger was extremely helpful and gave us the information we needed to walk round the base of the monument. We really enjoyed walking the trail and marvelling at the sheer size of the rock formation. On one side you see how vast it is by the size of one of the columns which had sheered off. When you walk through the boulder field back to the head of the trail, you feel so small! Restrooms are next to the car park.
Amazing rock, surreal the closer you drive to it, alot bigger than I expected. Free for active duty military. Trails around the tower were easy, but some people were climbing on the actual tower. The drive is a bit out there, but worth it. Visited summer 2016.
I had so much fun here with my family. It's a beautiful monument to hike around. And nearby there is a path where you can walk through a field with prairie dog burrowed and it was just the cutest thing. This is must see on a persons bucket list.
nice lil hike going around devils tower. if you ever watched close encounters of the third kind, you wanted to come here. its worth coming regardless