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The Devils Tower National Monument is a world-famous tourist attraction. The Devils Tower Visitor Center is located about three miles from the entrance to the park. Interpretive exhibits include the geologic, natural and cultural history of the area. The Visitor Center scan assist you on climbing the tower, trail conditions and park activities.
Devils Tower is a monolithic igneous intrusion, or the core of a volcano exposed from erosion and is known for world-class rock climbing. Devils Tower means Bear Lodge and is a sacred site for many Native Americans. Rising 1,267 feet above the Belle Fourch River, Devils Tower was first declared a national monument by President Theodore Roosevelt on September 24, 1906.
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