Devils Tower (aka Bear Lodge) - Photos


Quite a few photos from my recent trip to Devils Tower (aka Bear Lodge) in Wyoming. Read more about the first United States National Monument and watch the video "Devils Tower aka Bear Lodge (Wyoming) – In Another Minute (Week 228)" I shot for my Moving Postcard web series HERE.

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Wyoming sign near Devils Tower

Devils Tower rises out of the rather flat landscape

Devils Tower - north view

Classic American vintage truck looking at Devils Tower

Devils Tower - south view

Devils Tower is known by much friendlier names in Native American languages: Bear Lodge, Aloft on a Rock, Bear's Tip, Grizzly Bear's House and Bear's House, to name just a few.

Devils Tower aka Bear Lodge is held sacred by many Native Americans.

Prayer cloth sign in front of Bear Lodge (aka Devils Tower)

Devils Tower aka Bear Lodge is hallowed ground.

Prayer cloth at Bear Lodge aka Devils Tower

Devils Tower - north view

Tree growing out of the rocks at Devils Tower

This looks like easy access to climb up Devils Tower

Bird circling the top of Devils Tower

Several raptors circling Devils Tower.

Raptors at the very top of Devils Tower

Devils Tower - south view

Closer view of Devils Tower makes it clear that these rocks have moved like or once were liquid.

Amazing pattern in the rock of Devils Tower

Can you spot the old ladder left between ridges of Devils Tower?

South view from Devils Tower

South-east view from Devils Tower

Devils Tower National Monument also features striking plant life.

North-east side of Devils Tower spotted through the trees.

Devil's Tower - north view

Lots and lots of prairie dogs hang out around Devils Tower.

Devils Tower seems to be a calming rock in the ever-moving flow of life.

Devils Tower
(from my Instagram feed)

Devils Tower
(from my Instagram feed)

Devils Tower
(from my Instagram feed)

Devils Tower
(from my Instagram feed)