Devils Tower National Monument

You will not forget the first time you see Devils Tower in Devils Tower National Monument.  Approaching from the south on Highway 24 in Wyoming, the tower suddenly appears from the top of the last rise in the road. It is a solitary sentinel on the rolling plains surrounding the Black Hills, near the Belle Fourche River. So, it is easy to understand why Theodore Roosevelt established this iconic tower as our nation’s first national monument.

Photographs from Devils Tower National Monument

Where to photograph Devils Tower

There are several trails around the tower that offers opportunities for detail shots. These trails are accessible by taking Highway 110  from Highway 24 around the tower to the Visitor’s Center parking lot. You will see trailheads for the Tower Trail and the Red Beds Trail. Here is more information about the various trails by the National Park Service.

Devils Tower is America’s first national monument. President Theodore Roosevelt established the monument in 1906.

Purchasing our photographs

All of our scenic and fine art photographs are available as fine art prints. Use the contact form to the right to get more information. Or, go to our Fine Art Print page to learn about various pricing options.