Devils Tower National Monument

Devils Tower National Monument
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Devils Tower is an igneous intrusion or laccolith in northeastern Wyoming. It rises dramatically 1,267 feet above the surrounding terrain and the summit is 5,114 feet above sea level.

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Wallowa Mountains: Aneroid Mountain via the Tram – Oregon State

Wallowa Mountains: Aneroid Mountain via the Tram - Oregon State
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The hiking / scramble route from the tram to Aneroid Mountain within the Eagle Cap Wilderness in northeastern Oregon is a fantastic place to enjoy unbelievably beautiful scenery in complete solitude.
The tram takes you to 8,100′ elevation, and seems worlds away from the busy tourist area down below. Heading south along the ridge line the trail quickly ends when snow blankets much of the landscape.
Elk know the best route to traverse the ridge, and following their tracks, along with a predetermine GPS course, is your best bet. The many wide open snow fields and rocky crags are more reminiscent of the Rocky Mountains than the Cascades.
From the top of the ridge line the 360 degree views are nothing short of stunning in every direction!
It is so peaceful and quiet you can connect with the natural world and realign your priorities to where they should be. This is truly an experience, not just a destination.

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Travel Tulsa, Oklahoma – Top 5 Attractions

Travel Tulsa, Oklahoma - Top 5 Attractions
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hey this is your travel host Naomi I'd like to show you the top five attractions of Tulsa Oklahoma number five the golden driller this prominent 76 feet statue of an oil worker has survived many fierce tornadoes number four art deco heritage a surprise to many Tulsa has a remarkable Art Deco collection it's a result of oil money being invested in these buildings number three praying hands Tulsa is home to various larger-than-life statues like this one standing at 60 feet it is said to be the world's largest praying hands number 2 Tulsa Zoo a fun family place to take your kids home to thousands of animals the zoo is located within one of the largest parks in the United States and number one Philbrook Museum this Art Museum is a must-see in Tulsa sediments spectacular gardens the museum is a former home of an oil businessman thank you for watching our travel video series see you next time you



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Take a tour of Top 5 Travel Attractions of Tulsa, Oklahoma – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.

Hey, this is your travel host, Naomi. I would like to show you the top 5 attractions of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

#5: The Golden Driller. This prominent 76 feet statue of an oil worker has survived many fierce tornadoes.

#4: Art Deco heritage. A surprise to many, Tulsa has a remarkable Art Deco collection. It’s a result of oil money being invested in these buildings.

#3: Praying Hands. Tulsa is home to various larger than life statues like this one. Standing at 60 feet, it is said to be the world’s largest praying hands.

#2: Tulsa Zoo, a fun family place to take your kids. Home to thousands of animals, the zoo is located within one of the largest parks in the United States.

#1: Philbrook Museum. This art museum is a must-see in Tulsa. Set amidst spectacular gardens, the museum is a former home of an oil businessman.

Thank you for watching our travel video series. See you next time.