Hiking Trails in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota
Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota is a wonderful place to get off the beaten path and put your boots to the dirt. The park is divided into a north and south unit. Each unit offers spectacular scenery and is sure to please. There are more than 100 miles hiking and equestrian trails in Theodore Roosevelt National Park spread across each unit. The trails range from extremely short leg stretching day hikes to longer strenuous hikes that can be extended to backpacking trips if visitors desire. When you are out on the trail be sure to keep your eyes peeled for wildlife. The park is famous for it’s wildlife and bird watching. Bison, wild horses, elk and prairie dogs are commonly seen. Nearly 200 different types of birds have been observed in the park, including birds of prey such as northern harriers, red-tailed hawks and american kestrels. Below you will find a breakdown of trails in the north and south units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The are organized from easiest to most difficult. Click on anyone of the hikes for a full trail guide with embedded wildlife and plants guides you may see along the way.
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Hiking Trails in Theodore Roosevelt National Park’s South Unit