Rapid City & Mt Rushmore Tour - $70pp (Minimum 2 passengers)
Mount Rushmore National Memorial is something you don't want to miss. "Until the wind and the rain alone shall wear them away," those are the famous words Sculptor Gutzon Borglum used to describe the length of time his most famous work, Mt. Rushmore, will endure. An interesting fact about Mount Rushmore: the granite faces of the four American presidents' are scaled to men who would stand 465 feet tall.
Mt Rushmore & Crazy Horse Tour - $95pp (Minimum 2 passengers)
This trip offers a wonderful combination of Mount Rushmore National Memorial & Crazy Horse Memorial.
Crazy Horse Memorial; "My fellow chiefs and I would like the white man to know the red man has great heroes, too." These are the words Chief Henry Standing Bear wrote to sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski in 1939 urging him to visit the Black Hills and carve a mountain sculpture honoring American Indians.
Fifty-five years after Ziolkowski began carving Crazy Horse Memorial his family continues the dream and work progresses on the world's largest mountain sculpture. When finished, Crazy Horse will stand 641 feet long and 563 feet high.
Badlands National Park & Wall Drug Tour - $125pp (Minimum 2 passengers)
While visiting the Badlands National Park you will see some of the most spectacular breathtaking scenery in the region and our state. Vast canyons give way to some of the most beautiful views in the state. Between flat-topped tables and towering spires, you will not be disappointed by what you see while visiting the Badlands. The recently remodeled Ben Reifel Visitor Center is a must see along with the award winning video.
Custer State Park & Wildlife Loop - $105pp (Minimum 2 passengers)
Custer State Park is one of the largest and most beautiful state parks in the nation. From towering granite spires and pine-draped mountains to trout streams and remote savanna, the park offers scenic wonders and recreational opportunities seldom matched on the Northern Great Plains. While on the wildlife loop you will see a variety of animals that are still able to roam free within Custer State Park. From buffalo to beautiful deer, these creatures cover valley's and hills throughout this wonderful park.
Buffalo Round Up, Custer State Park - $110 per person
Custer State Park in the beautiful Black Hills is full of lush forests, quiet and serene meadows and majestic mountains.
This 71,000-acre park is also home to one of the world's largest publicly-owned bison herds, nearly 1,300 strong.
The ground rumbles and the dust flies as cowboys, cowgirls and park crews saddle up to bring in the thundering herd. The annual roundup, held on a Monday in late September or early October, is open to the public.
Northern Hills and Deadwood Tour - $95pp (Minimum 2 passengers)
Scientists tell us that Spearfish Canyon was formed 30 to 60 million years ago. Originally, a great sea covered this area. When the waters started to subside, the canyon was carved out by water eroding away the softer rock. The land was also pushed up from underneath by volcanic action. After many years, the water carved out the channel we have come to call "Spearfish Canyon".
Spearfish Canyon is full of Ponderosa and Spruce Pine trees, giving it a "full of life" feeling no matter what time of year you visit. The pine trees are adept at finding any little crevice or crack and putting down roots. Some of them look as if they are growing right out of the rocks themselves!
Imagine an entire city on the National Historic Register. What you'll see in Deadwood today is a careful, accurate restoration of a historically significant city. Deadwood's extensive Victorian architecture is unique to the West. While the gold rush of 1876 brought the likes of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, it also provided the wealth to construct a thriving commercial center in the heart of the Black Hills of South Dakota.
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