Tower Roosevelt highlights include the Roosevelt Lodge and Cabins, Petrified Tree, Tower Fall, Mount Washburn, Lamar Valley, and many hiking trails.
Things to Do and See
- Lamar Valley
With one of the highest concentrations of wildlife in the park, it's no wonder why so many people visit this remote section of the park.
- Blacktail Plateau Drive
This one-way dirt road is open to vehicles and bicycles. It follows parts of the historic Bannock Trail. It offers nice views of the high plateaus in the area.
- Petrified Tree
Check out a petrified tree that is still standing (mostly). This is worth the stop.
- Tower Fall
Just south of the Tower Junction, pull off and check out the 132 foot Tower Fall.
- Mount Washburn
Offering one of the best expansive views in the park, there are two trails to the top of Mount Washburn. You can even ride your bike to the top.
- Visitor's Center
The closest visitor center is the Albright Visitor Center near Mammoth. Stop here before heading out towards the Tower Roosevelt area.
Lodging and Camping
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