“A out and back with the stunning view of the northern hills and the South Dakota plains.”
— Adrian Whitmore on May 1, 2013
RestrictionsWinter for bikes.. Unless you have FAT bikes..
DescriptionThis trail begins off the Sheepnose trailhead off of Forest Service road 830. It primarily a two track road in the beginning, that narrows to singletrack the farther it goes in. It's predominately used, by hikers, and equestrians. It provides some complete solitude being so far back into the Bearlodge Ranger District. At the end it has some fantastic vistas that a camera cannot capture.
In the off chance, you'll encounter Mountain Lion, Bobcat, Eagles, Falcons, Turkeys, Rough Grouse, Mule and Whitetail Deer, and Elk, among many other creatures.
ContactsLand Manager: USFS - Black Hills National Forest Office
Aug 25 Regional Pack Mule String and Wilderness Rangers to Present on Backcountry Traditional Tool Use
Aug 25 A 25 Year Partnership Continues to Improve Wildlife Habitat Across the Black Hills National ForestLocal Club: Sundance Chain Gang MTB Association
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