• America's First

    Devils Tower

    National Monument Wyoming

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  • Climbing closure

    There is a climbing closure in effect on the SW butress of the Tower. Ask for details at the Climbing Office.

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Education Outreach Program

 

Invite a Devils Tower ranger into your classroom. This program is offered, free of charge, to schools within 120 miles of Hulett Wyoming. Programs are offered as staff is available. Please complete the Reservation/Request Form and return it via e-mail or fax to 307-467-5350 attn: Education Coordinator. Contact the education coordinator for more information about program availability.

Teachers who have scheduled a Devils Tower ranger to visit your classroom program should prepare their students accordingly. Students should have some understanding of Devils Tower National Monument (location, mission, ecosystems) and some general background knowledge related to their program topic. Teachers may use materials provided from the links below, the specific pre-visit lesson plans provided by the ranger, or their own lessons to prepare students.

Suggested topics ideas include; Nature/Ecology, History/Culture, and Geology.

Curriculum Materials - This page contains extra resources that are not included under Lesson Plans & Teacher Guides at this time.

Lesson Plans & Teacher Guides - This page contains resources for our programs. We will be adding the description, curriculum, pre-visit, and post-visit activities here for each grade and program.

Other Resources - Links to other sites that would be helpful to explore and learn more about Devils Tower National Monument can be found here.

Did You Know?

President Theodore Roosevelt

Devils Tower is America's first national monument, created by President Theodore Roosevelt under the Antiquities Act in 1906.