Archives for the ‘Outdoor Adventure’ Category

Born to Run in the Black Hills Born to Run in the Black Hills By | Apr 25th, 2017 | Category: Outdoor Adventure You know what a bison looks like, and you’re probably not too surprised to spot a deer or an elk, but what is the wild-looking, tan creature with the big eyes? This speedy creature with the big dark eyes, fluffy behind, and horns is an antelope. But not really. Meet “Antilocapra americana,” the pronghorn. You […]
Hunting for Fun: Geocaching in the Black Hills Hunting for Fun: Geocaching in the Black Hills By | Apr 11th, 2017 | Category: Events, Outdoor Adventure Living in the heart of the Black Hills with my husband and two children, ages 3 and 6, we are always looking for free, fun things to do together as a family. We first heard of geocaching from our neighbors who regularly take their kids out to enjoy the activity. After seeing a few pictures […]
Come Camping—and Don’t Forget Your Horse! Come Camping—and Don’t Forget Your Horse! By | Apr 6th, 2017 | Category: Culture, Discoveries, Outdoor Adventure Honestly, there is no better place to explore on horseback than the Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota. Hundreds of miles of horse-friendly trails and many, many horse-friendly campgrounds with horse-friendly people await your arrival! Pick any place in the Black Hills or the Badlands and you’re sure to find a place to park […]
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 […]
Black Elk Peak: Before The Peak Black Elk Peak: Before The Peak By | Mar 22nd, 2017 | Category: Outdoor Adventure Custer State Park is arguably the crown jewel of the Black Hills—home to towering pines that shelter roadways, gentle flowing creeks with clear, sun-sparkling waters, and massive granite outcroppings around every corner. From Custer State Park is also where you can access South Dakota’s highest point of elevation. At 7,242 feet, Black Elk Peak (formerly […]
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