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Mt Rushmore-web

Black Hills to Mt Rushmore

Type:
Recreational, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, full board
Start:
South Dakota, Rapid City

A tour along the spectacular Great Plains of South Dakota. An oasis of pine-clad mountains and prairie land, abundant wildlife, world-class National Parks and the famous Mickelson cycling trail.

6 days
200 km
$ 2,798.-
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Mt Rushmore and Badlands

Type:
Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, full board
Start:
South Dakota, Rapid City

From the Badlands to Mt. Rushmore - a bike tour through time. Seven days biking, hiking and soaking in hot springs and history.
From a road they said couldn't be built to Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse, this amazing tour is crammed full of amazing history, amazing stories and great big views. Visit more National Parks and Historic Sites than most other tours. Ride to Crazy Horse Memorial and Deadwood, home of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. Explore one of the world's largest caves. Ride to Devils Tower in Wyoming, famous for its role in the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Spring tour date bonuses: glorious wildflowers, plus sightings of buffalo calves, pronghorn kids and white-tail and mule deer fawns

7 days
310 km
$ 3,398.-
Cycling conditions The state has funds available for bicycle education programs. On some roads there are obligatory bicycle lanes, which often have a limited width. LandscapeSouth Dakota can be separated in an eastern and a western part by the north-south flowing Missouri River and a highland, the Coteau de Missouri. The eastern part is characterized by low hills and hundreds of lakes. The fertile black soil makes this part good farmland. The higher prairies in the west are a part of the Great Plains and more suitable for cattle breeding. In the far west are the forested Black Hills (part of the Rocky Mountains) and the beautiful eroded Badlands. Climate South Dakota has a typical continental climate with hot summers and cold winters. There is little rainfall. ›› More information on South Dakota on Wikipedia
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