Archives for the ‘Outdoor Recreation’ Category

11 Easy Hikes to Add to Your Black Hills Bucket List 11 Easy Hikes to Add to Your Black Hills Bucket List By | Nov 3rd, 2016 | Category: Outdoor Recreation The Black Hills are full of wonderful hiking opportunities. The following is a sampling of the hikes that are perfect for people who prefer an easier skill level, those with young children, and those who only have an hour or two to spend enjoying the great opportunities the Hills have to offer. The list below […]
Savoring Savoy: The Best of Spearfish Canyon Savoring Savoy: The Best of Spearfish Canyon By | Sep 29th, 2016 | Category: Outdoor Recreation, Photography This time of year, it’s pretty easy to see why all eyes are on Spearfish Canyon. Every twist and turn presents a new display of breathtaking canyon walls, peaceful streams that sparkle in the sunlight, and several flowing waterfalls—and all of this is accented by an assortment of colors that pop out from the traditional […]
Climbing the Cliffs of Victoria Canyon Climbing the Cliffs of Victoria Canyon By | Aug 11th, 2016 | Category: Outdoor Recreation A bit of a dark horse in the rock climbing world, the Black Hills are quietly blessed with some of the most varied and scenic climbing routes in the United States. With an unmatched mix of limestone cliffs, granite spires, and dolomite faces, the Black Hills region is an absolute paradise for climbers looking for […]
Making the Most of the Needle’s Eye Making the Most of the Needle’s Eye By | Jul 12th, 2016 | Category: Outdoor Recreation The Needle’s Eye tunnel and formation are one of the must-see spots in Custer State Park, located along the many twists and turns of Needles Highway. Just southeast of Sylvan Lake, along Highway 87, this area is well worth the stop. And be sure to plan more than just a few minutes for your visit. […]
Fun in the Sun at Angostura Fun in the Sun at Angostura By | Jul 5th, 2016 | Category: Attractions, Outdoor Recreation What images do you think of when you picture the Black Hills? I’m guessing you might envision the faces of Mount Rushmore. Or maybe some of the granite spires stacked along the hillsides of the Black Hills National Forest? Or maybe you’re seeing the mighty buffalo that stand tall and proud in many of our […]
7 Splendiferous Signs of Summer in the Black Hills & Badlands 7 Splendiferous Signs of Summer in the Black Hills & Badlands By | Jun 21st, 2016 | Category: Arts and Culture, Attractions, Discoveries (WordPress), Events, Outdoor Recreation According to the calendar, Monday marked the first official day of summer 2016. But a quick look around the Black Hills and Badlands would easily show that summer is already well underway. Just consider these seven signs that prove the dog days of summer are here! 1. Hanging out at the watering holes. As the […]