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Unread 07-23-2008, 10:36 AM   #1
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SD Black Hills trip last week in Aug - any trail suggestions

My wife and I are taking our family on a trip to the Black Hills the last week in August. I would like to find some scenic off road trails that I can take the family on. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm looking for something simple like maybe just rated a 2 for difficulty. I don't know any Jeepers out there so I will most likely be traveling alone. But I would just like to get off of the beaten path a little. I will be spending time in the north Hills and the south Hills. So any trail will be in the area I'm at. Thanks.

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Unread 07-23-2008, 11:45 PM   #2
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Lots of options in regards to basic, scenic trails. Your best bet is to contact the forest service. They can provide you with the "new" map with designated areas for quads, bikes, Jeeps, hiking,,,,etc.
I've mostly ran the harder trails,,but I know there are LOTS of scenic, DD friendly trails. They are everywhere in the hills. But again, make sure to contact the forest service, as they will point you into the best (legal) areas to explore. Also, a GPS is handy here. I've found it easy to get lost.
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