BEST WESTERN Devils Tower Inn

Address: 229 Hwy 24, Hulett, Wyoming, 82720, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 229 Hwy 24, Hulett.
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        Travel Blogs from Hulett

        A Day of sightseeing

        A travel blog entry by rnrontheroad on Aug 19, 2015

        14 photos

        ... Wyoming. We decided it was time for a walk and so browsed around the town. Found out that the Sundance Kid took his name from this town. There is a statue of him when he was in the jail there...and the tiny little shed that was the jail is on one of the side streets. It's a real cowboy kind of town. We were thrilled to find that, big trucks and RV's and trucks with trailers park right in the middle of the street, parallel with the sidewalks and ...

        Devil's Tower, WY with a stop at Wall Drug....

        A travel blog entry by thedanes on Jul 09, 2015

        1 comment, 23 photos

        Tuesday morning we left The Badlands and drove about 35 miles to the small South Dakota town of Wall, home of Wall Drug. Google it it to learn how a small drugstore in the middle of nowhere grew to be one of America's most famous roadside attractions. Jim got a doughnut and coffee, free to all veterans, and we got in line and ordered up breakfast (the pancakes were delicious) - their sign says the restaurant ...

        Sacred Tower

        A travel blog entry by vwuertz on May 23, 2015

        30 photos

        ... up camp, we have lunch in the restaurant. Food’s OK, but the people are friendly and talkative. It is overcast and cool, but we decide to take in the monument while it’s not raining.

        A short drive to the gate, and we’re in the park heading up to the visitor center. Here we learn that Devils Tower is sacred to many of the Native American tribes. It was, and still is, a place of worship to the tribes. It was known to the tribes as Bear ...

        Trek Day No.8 - Black Hills, Wyoming

        A travel blog entry by jtsweeting on May 19, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... I didn't mind though because the first half was just fields and hills then after Mount Rushmore we entered the Black Hills and it was just grassy rock formations which after a while was so covered in snow clouds as we had gained quite a bit of elevation that you could barely see out of the windows. We got to our cabins about 9pm and Yuni, Mabs, Hannah and I stayed up and chatted for a bit and went to bed at ...

        Chapter 37 Wonderful Wyoming

        A travel blog entry by romabeach on May 12, 2015

        2 comments, 12 photos

        ... kilometres and takes a leisurely 45 minutes to an hour to navigate.

        We noticed as we walked there were some climbers who looked like ants against the Tower making their way to the top, their ropes hanging down.

        This area is extremely sacred to native Indians. As you walk around you are confronted with "prayer cloths" left there by individuals who come to this place they hold in reverence.

        In 1941 a man named George ...