George S. Mickelson Trail

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George S. Mickelson Trail


Location:Between Deadwood and Edgemont.
Facilities:Paved trail, toilets, drinking water.
Activities:Hiking, bicycling, jogging, horseback riding, snowmobiling (18 miles, between Deadwood and DuMont only).
Special Features:Trail winds through some of the most beautiful areas in the Black Hills, passing over more than 100 bridges, through 4 hardrock tunnels, and past old mining and mill sites. Located just east of the trail, north of Custer, is Crazy Horse Memorial.
Address:c/o Black Hills Trails Office
HC 37 Box 604
Lead, SD 57754

Phone:605-584-3896
Web: www.sdgfp.info/parks/regions/northernhills/mickelsontrail
Size: 114 miles.

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Mickelson Trail is a 109-mile trail that wanders through the Black Hills of South Dakota.
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MICKELSON TRAIL in South Dakota travels 110 miles through the Black Hills, national forest, rangelands and canyons.
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Phil Mickelson trailed in second, three shots adrift of Woods, after a storm caused a 49-minute rain delay.
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