Posts authored by ‘Alicia’

Top 5 Most Inspiring Photos of February Top 5 Most Inspiring Photos of February By | Mar 1st, 2017 | Category: Photography Are you on Instagram? Share your Black Hills & Badlands photos with us! Tag us @blackhillsbadlands or use #discoverblackhills for the chance to have your photos featured on our account. February has proven to be a mix of cold, winter days – intermingled with unseasonable days with record high temps. All in all, we’re looking […]
Just Bead It! Your Guide to Mardi Gras Weekend in Deadwood Just Bead It! Your Guide to Mardi Gras Weekend in Deadwood By | Feb 23rd, 2017 | Category: Events Next Tuesday is Fat Tuesday! Beads, masks and booze—what could be better?! Mardi Gras is upon us, and while New Orleans is the epicenter of this wild celebration, there will be plenty of fantastic fun going on right here in the Black Hills! In case you didn’t know, little ol’ Deadwood knows how to throw […]
It’s Winter. It’s Festive. It’s Winterfest. It’s Winter. It’s Festive. It’s Winterfest. By | Feb 6th, 2017 | Category: Events With snowfall averages over 200 inches per year, the Northern Hills hamlet of Lead is home to two ski resorts, Deer Mountain and Terry Peak, and miles and miles of trails—perfect for snowmobiling, fatbiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and more. Wintertime in Lead also brings about a two-day party affectionately known as Winterfest! Taking place this […]
Top 5 Most Inspiring Posts of January Top 5 Most Inspiring Posts of January By | Jan 31st, 2017 | Category: Photography Are you on Instagram? Share your Black Hills & Badlands photos with us! Tag us @blackhillsbadlands or use #discoverblackhills for the chance to have your photos featured on our account. The first month of the New Year is in the books! With winter in full swing, our Instagram community has been sharing the most pristine […]
Snowshoeing: A Black Hills Wintertime Adventure Snowshoeing: A Black Hills Wintertime Adventure By | Jan 26th, 2017 | Category: Outdoor Adventure The first month of 2017 is wrapping up, and we know many of you have pledged to enjoy a more physical lifestyle in this New Year. If you’re looking to combine a healthy activity with a first-hand encounter of rich landscapes, untouched beauty, and fresh Black Hills air, consider snowshoeing! What started thousands of years […]
SnoCross Action Heats up in Deadwood SnoCross Action Heats up in Deadwood By | Jan 19th, 2017 | Category: Culture This news release was first published by the Deadwood Chamber of Commerce on January 2, 2017. Deadwood’s Days of ’76 Event Complex is loaded with snow and ready to welcome racers and fans to the 5th Annual Deadwood Snocross Showdown taking place this weekend, January 20-21. The Deadwood Snocross Showdown has become one of the […]
Stay & Play at Mystic Hills Hideaway Stay & Play at Mystic Hills Hideaway By | Jan 17th, 2017 | Category: Discoveries, Outdoor Adventure Dreaming of well-groomed trails, a snow covered forest, and the power of your sled as you explore the hidden acres of the Black Hills? What if all that was followed up with a warm, cozy cabin stay—secluded from the rest of the world? How crazy—we’ve been dreaming of the exact same thing! Luckily for all […]
Ten More Great (& FREE) Reasons to Visit a National Park! Ten More Great (& FREE) Reasons to Visit a National Park! By | Jan 11th, 2017 | Category: Events Badlands National Park photo courtesy of Eric Sprecher Photography. This news release was first published by the National Park Service on November 14, 2017. Ten More Great Reasons to Visit a National Park Combine great scenery and history with great savings and visit a national park for free on one of 10 fee free days in […]
The Top 5 Black Hills Travel Blog Posts in 2016 The Top 5 Black Hills Travel Blog Posts in 2016 By | Jan 5th, 2017 | Category: Culture The New Year is off and running but before we abandon our resolutions, we’re recapping the most loved blogs from the Black Hills Travel Blog in 2016. This year’s top contenders offer up a variety of need-to-know information for Black Hills guests. Take a gander and jot down some notes… these topics will help guide […]
Rockerville: Saying Goodbye to a Piece of History Rockerville: Saying Goodbye to a Piece of History By | Dec 29th, 2016 | Category: Photography Founded in 1876 after the discovery of gold, Rockerville was once one of the most well-known mining towns in the Black Hills. It earned its name for the “rockers” which were used to separate placer gold from stream gravel. Despite being thrust into the spotlight during the gold rush, the fame and fortune of the […]