The Black Hills

In western South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming – 1.2 million acres of forested hills and mountains, approximately 110 miles long by 70 miles wide.

It’s something of a secret that the Black Hills of South Dakota extend for miles beyond the SD border west into Wyoming, providing around 55 miles of snowmobile trails for Wyoming’s winter joy riders before linking up with the 295 miles of Black Hills trails in SD. Additionally, located on the northwestern edge of the area, the Bear Lodge Mountains offer another 66 more miles of groomed trails, looping through smaller hills and valleys, and reaching elevations of 5,000 to 7,000 feet above sea level. These snowmobiling trails offer plenty of deep powder in the mountain meadows that are scattered among the dense pines that give the area its name.

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