Topic: Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming
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The nearly vertical monolith known as Devils Tower rises 1,267 feet above the meandering Belle Fourche River in Northeastern Wyoming. It is the remnant of an ancient volcanic feature. Known by several northern plains tribes as Bears Lodge, it is a sacred site of worship for many American Indians. The rolling hills of this 1,347 acre park are covered with pine forests, deciduous woodlands, and prairie grasslands. Deer, prairie dogs, and other wildlife are abundant.

There is an excellent visitors center where park rangers will tell you all about the history of this ancient volcano and what the current regulations are regarding climbing the monument (top right photo). And be sure to stop by and take some pictures at "Prairie Dog" town just at the park entrance.
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