Summer in the Black Hills
Hiking & Biking: Whether on foot or riding a bike of the pedal or motor kind, the roads and trails of the Black Hills offer endless hours of exploration and breathtaking scenery.
Scenic Drives: Beautiful roads such as Needles Highway and Hwy 14 through Spearfish Canyon have drawn motorcycle riders from all over the country to their winding paths through some of the area’s most gorgeous scenery.
Abundant Trails: The George S. Mickelson and Centennial trails each encompass over 100 miles for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Visitors can jump on the trails at various trailhead locations throughout the hills. The Mickelson Trail rests in the heart of the Black Hills and allows people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the area with its gentle slopes and easy access. Centennial Trail, also known as Trail No. 89, extends from the prairie grasslands near Bear Butte State Park to the Wind Cave National Park near Hot Springs. Visitors will experience everything from thriving wildlife to the splendor of Mount Rushmore along the way.
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