• South Dakota – Black Hills to Mount Rushmore

    Choose your date: September 1,  September 8 or September 15th! $1,998.

     Day 1: Rapid City / Sturgis / Deadwood
    Day 2: Mickelson Trail / Custer
    Day 3: Mount Rushmore / Crazy Horse
    Day 4: Wildlife Loop
    Day 5: Custer / Hot Springs
    Day 6: Hot Springs / Rapid City (departure)

    Three great reasons to go!

    1. Deadwood: Explore the historic gambling town where legendary outlaws of the wild west once roamed.

    2. Mount Rushmore: Pictures do not do this US landmark justice! See it for yourself and marvel at its magnificence.

    3. The Mickelson Trail: The meandering hills, rock tunnels and railroad bridges of this trail make it a biking delight for people of all ages!

    Mention the Black Hills of South Dakota and images of Sturgis, the world’s largest motorcycle rally come to mind. What many don’t imagine is an oasis of pine-clad mountains and prairie land,abundant wildlife, world-class National Parks and a host of dedicated Rails to Trails bike routes.

    • Pedal back roads through a sea of open prairie to the historic Old West town of Deadwood
    • Follow an abandoned railroad along the Mickelson Trail, traversing countless bridges and rock tunnels
    • Walk in the footsteps of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Wyatt Earp and Buffalo Bill in the Old West town of Deadwood
    • Bike along an abandoned railroad through the heart of the Black Hills on the Mickelson Trail
    • Hike the base of Mount Rushmore and visit the famed Crazy Horse monument (which, upon completion, will be 10 times the size of Rushmore!)
    • Take a  dip in the pristine waters of Sylvan Lake
    • Explore the vast underground world of Wind Cave National Park

    Price: $2,198 ($580 single supplement)

    Contact us for a detailed itinerary today.


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