• Sentinal and Eagle Rocks

    Scotts Bluff

    National Monument Nebraska

Brochures

There is a variety of subjects that interest our visitors. From the covered wagons to snakes, people are curious to know more. To meet that curiosity the staff at Scotts Bluff National Monument has written a series of site bulletins. These handouts give visitors enough information to either satisfy or whet their appetite for more. If more information is desired, the Oregon Trail Museum Association (OTMA) sells books covering several subjects.

Click on any of the titles below to see the site bulletin. If you wish to print one, they are designed for legal size (8.5"x14") paper. These bulletins are also available at the Scotts Bluff National Monument visitor center.




 
 

Brochures in Other Languages

German (Deutsch)

French (Francais)

Spanish (Español)

Did You Know?

Dome Rock as seen from the summit of the South Bluff at Scotts Bluff National Monument

Climbing Dome Rock at Scotts Bluff National Monument is extremely dangerous and is prohibited because of the crumbly nature of the Brule clay formation that makes up its steep walls.