Hiking Trails in Badlands National Park South Dakota
Badlands National Park in South Dakota is rugged, beautiful and delightfully wild. The park has a variety of hiking trails that are suitable for all ages and abilities. Remember, in the summertime it can get extremely hot in Badlands, so make sure to carry plenty of water. A general rule is 2 quarts per two hour hike. Hats and sunglasses are a good call as well. If you are lucky you may see some bison, bighorn sheep, prairie dogs and maybe even an endangered black-footed ferret. Click on any of the hikes listed below for a full trail guide with embedded field guides of wildlife you may see along the trail.
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Longer hiking trails in Badlands National Park.