Archives for the ‘Culture’ Category

The Secluded Lodge in Spearfish Canyon That’s Completely Surrounded by Breathtaking Natural Beauty The Secluded Lodge in Spearfish Canyon That’s Completely Surrounded by Breathtaking Natural Beauty By | Mar 23rd, 2017 | Category: Attractions, Culture, Dining, Outdoor Adventure Here in the Black Hills, Spearfish Canyon is one of our “Wonders of the World” for our neck of the woods. Six hundred million or so years ago, long before man walked this area, it was covered by a huge sea. As water subsided and landmasses began to appear—30 to 60 million years ago—drainages such […]
Keep Calm and Escape the Room Keep Calm and Escape the Room By | Jan 29th, 2017 | Category: Culture Hidden messages, secret codes, and trap doors are only a few of the things you might encounter in the latest group activity to hit the Black Hills. For those of you who have yet to experience an escape room, I highly recommend you get a group together and go get your sleuthing on. Starting in […]
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 […]
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 […]
Black Hills Wine Itinerary Black Hills Wine Itinerary By | Dec 18th, 2016 | Category: Culture, Dining No matter where you are in the Black Hills, good wine is only a short drive away! With cold temperatures upon us, it’s the perfect time to venture indoors and enjoy some Black Hills wine. While you can start anywhere in the hills, if you’re looking for a full day of wine tasting I’m going […]
Caves are Perfect for Winter! Caves are Perfect for Winter! By | Nov 17th, 2016 | Category: Culture Winter in the Black Hills is just as fun and exciting as the summer months! And while most people head to the ski slopes or go out on a snowmobile there are other outdoor activities for the adventurous type. Although ‘outdoor’ might not be the best term for going caving in the winter. Despite the […]
Painting the Big Picture: Art in the Black Hills Painting the Big Picture: Art in the Black Hills By | Nov 2nd, 2016 | Category: Arts, Culture Art and culture is the lifeblood of any society and the Black Hills has more than its fair share. In Hot Springs, SD, you can visit the largest gallery of original artwork in the Black Hills. Owned by Adam Heath, the Shaman Gallery has been selling artwork from around the world for 15 years. He […]
Black Hills Pumpkin Carving Designs Black Hills Pumpkin Carving Designs By | Oct 20th, 2016 | Category: Arts, Culture Halloween is my favorite time of year and this year is no different. We are happy to release our first ever Black Hills & Badlands Pumpkin Carving Templates. Just cut out the template, trace it onto your pumpkin and have fun. Some of the designs do require intricate cutting, while others are a little more […]
Halloween 2016: Get Your Fright On Halloween 2016: Get Your Fright On By | Sep 30th, 2016 | Category: Culture, Events The season of ghosts and goblins is once again upon us, which means you should be getting ready for a frightfully fun Halloween season throughout the Black Hills! From haunted houses and paranormal tours to jack-o’-lanterns and costume contests, we’ve got all the thrills and chills you need for a hauntingly good time! So gather […]
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