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Geology of National Parks, 3D and Photographic Tours

Devils Tower National Monument

A 3D Photographic Geology Tour

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Click here to start a 3D tour of the Devils Tower National Monument in northeastern Wyoming. If you do not have 3D glasses, click on the Standard Photo Tour button above. Click on any of the images to continue to the next page in the linked series of web pages.

Map of Devils Tower National Monument
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See selected references about Devils Tower.

Learn more about Devils Tower National Monument at the National Park Service website:

NPS, 2008, Devils Tower National Monument, Geologic Resource Evaluation Report: National Park Service Natural Resource Program Center, Natural Resource Report NPS/NRPC/GRD/NRR-2008/046, 39 p. Available on-line at:

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This website contains images produced from stereo photo pairs that were manipulated into anaglyphs (3-D images). You will need red-and-cyan stereo viewing glasses to get the 3-D visual effects. Photography on this website was taken by Phil Stoffer in March 2009.

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