Archives for the ‘Outdoor Adventure’ Category

Nemo 500 Outhouse Races: The Ultimate Game of Thrones! Nemo 500 Outhouse Races: The Ultimate Game of Thrones! By | Feb 4th, 2016 | Category: Events, Outdoor Adventure The tiny town of Nemo, located between Rapid City and Deadwood, is hardly more than a speck on the map. But what it lacks in population, it makes up for in good…uh, “clean” fun with their 10th Annual Nemo 500 Outhouse Races & Chili Cook-Off taking place later this month on Saturday, February 27. The […]
Top 5 Most Inspiring Instagram Posts of the Month Top 5 Most Inspiring Instagram Posts of the Month By | Jan 31st, 2016 | Category: Outdoor Adventure, Photography “Winter Wonderland” is the only way to describe the incredible Instagram photos taken throughout the Black Hills and Badlands during the month of January. For your enjoyment, we’ve curated the top 5 most liked photos of the month. Take a look at these: 1. January 15: “Another lovely moment that reaffirms my love affair with […]
ISOC Deadwood Snocross Showdown|Professional Snowmobile Races ISOC Deadwood Snocross Showdown|Professional Snowmobile Races By | Jan 21st, 2016 | Category: Events, Outdoor Adventure The greatest show on snow returns to Deadwood this weekend, January 22-23, as the ISOC Amsoil Championship Snocross Series hits the Black Hills for the fourth annual Deadwood Snocross Showdown. More than 150 of the top professional Snocross racers will descend on the historic town’s Days of ’76 Rodeo Grounds for a weekend of high-flying, high-speed, […]
4th Annual Bark Beetle Blues 4th Annual Bark Beetle Blues By | Jan 14th, 2016 | Category: Culture, Events, Outdoor Adventure, Photography While the Black Hills are known for their pristine beauty, many have noticed the negative effects of the mountain pine beetle over the last decade. In an effort to provide awareness, education, and to celebrate the significant improvements in recent years, the community of Custer is coming together this Saturday to host their 4th Annual […]
2016 Resolutions: Hit the Trail! 2016 Resolutions: Hit the Trail! By | Jan 10th, 2016 | Category: Outdoor Adventure We all make resolutions for the New Year; we’ll eat better, watch less TV, travel more, learn a new skill (like sheep herding or playing the pan flute), but often by the time we start watching for groundhogs, we’ve dumped them like Thanksgiving leftovers. There is one way to start 2016 off on the right […]
Goat Tease: Mountain Goat Watching in the Black Hills Goat Tease: Mountain Goat Watching in the Black Hills By | Jan 7th, 2016 | Category: Discoveries, Outdoor Adventure With climbing skills that rival Spiderman’s, striking lab-white fur coats and neat white Paul Bunyan beards, mountain goats are among the most unique mammalian residents of the Black Hills. Oreamnos americanus are bovid embodiments of American exceptionalism. They are their very own goats. They aren’t members of the Capra clan — neither the It’s a […]
Strap on Some Snowshoes Strap on Some Snowshoes By | Dec 17th, 2015 | Category: Outdoor Adventure Winter in the Black Hills offers plenty of outdoor activities, and one of my favorites is snowshoeing. It’s quiet, low-tech, and easy to do. Basically it allows us to get our hiking fix even in deep snow, and the best part is that it allows you to get out on the trails during the quiet […]
8 Reasons to Love Winter in the Black Hills 8 Reasons to Love Winter in the Black Hills By | Nov 19th, 2015 | Category: Culture, Events, Outdoor Adventure Some say all good things must come to an end. But we’re not so sure… While we are saying goodbye to one of the most beautiful fall seasons on record, it doesn’t mean that we’re bracing for the winter blues. In fact, there are plenty of reasons why we’re just as excited to celebrate wintertime […]
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