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Custer State Park in the Black Hills is best known for its wildlife, especially the herd of around 1,500 North American Bison. The Wildlife Loop is one of the most popular scenic drives in the Black Hills, and you’ll often catch glimpses of bison, bighorn sheep, deer and elk.
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The most famous and recognizable memorial celebrating the nationhood of the USA must be the 4 presidential faces that look out from Mount Rushmore in the Black Hills.
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Winding its way from Custer State Park, the final 45 minute approach to Mount Rushmore follows the amazing Iron Mountain Road in the Black Hills.
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Spearfish Canyon in the Black Hills is a superb 19 mile stretch of road with stunning waterfalls and 1,000 foot high limestone walls, and it’s one of the most beautiful ways to get from Deadwood to Spearfish.
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A short sidetrip from the Black Hills Tour is the mesmerizing rock formation, Devils Tower. This was a place of intrigue and fascination even before it became the nation's first National Monument.
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Black Hills, Mount Rushmore and Badlands with GyPSy Guide Driving Tour App
Heading to the Black Hills, Badlands National Park and Mount Rushmore National Memorial on your next road trip? Then you'll want to read up. Our trip planner has all must see, not to be missed, where and when to travel, and other local travel tips.
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GyPSy Guide Black Hills, Mount Rushmore, Badlands, GPS Audio Tour
Planning a road trip to see Mount Rushmore, Black Hills and the Badlands? Easy tips for how much time to spend, when to go and suggested sidetrips.
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Black Hills, Mount Rushmore and Badlands with GyPSy Guide Driving Tour App
If you’re planning a road trip to see Mount Rushmore, Black Hills and the Badlands, it makes the most sense to divide the surrounding area into three main scenic driving routes.
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