This unique geological formation is located approximately 18 miles east of Butte and north of I-90. The rocks in this unique geologic area chime when tapped lightly with a hammer. It is believed that the ringing is a combination of the composition of the rock and the way the joining patterns have developed as the rocks have eroded away, if a boulder is removed from the pile, it doesn't ring. Please don't disturb this natural phenomenon!Activities: Explore geologic formationFacilities: Parking area and sign information.Fees: NoneSeason: Year-round, weather permitting.Maps: Butte South BLM map or the Pipestone Travel Management Area map available from the Butte Field Office.
Sorry, there are no events listed for Butte at this time.
Take Exit 241 (Pipestone) from I-90 and travel east on a gravel road (parallels interstate) for about three-fourths of a mile, then turn north on a gravel road, cross the railroad tracks and continue north for approximately 3 miles. A high clearance vehicle is recommended.
Know the name of the business or event you are looking for? Please make a selection: