George S. Mickelson Trail

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George S. Mickelson Trail

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Thomas - Genevi... H
Higham, Suffolk, UK950 条分享
2022年6月 • 夫妻情侣
This rails-to-trails location is amazing! It extends for over 100 miles, from Deadwood to Edgemont. It "requires" a pass, which can be bought online (only for the annual pass, which must be mailed to you), or a daily pass ($4.00) sold at a participating vendors or at some of the many trailheads. Along the route there are MANY beautiful sights. Of particular note, the Mystic trailhead (mile 74.7) has info placards and is a great point to begin the trek north (thru valleys and 2 train tunnels) or south (also along the valley and thru 2 train tunnels). The Hill City trailhead (mile 60) is adjacent to the stream rail depot and the South Dakota train museum.
The trail is crushed limestone almost entirely, with a mix of flat stretches and inclines/declines at about 1% to 2% grade (over lengths of 1-3 miles).
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马里兰弗雷德里克716 条分享
We biked the section from Mystic to Rochport and it was beautiful and well maintained. Great to have the bathroom in Mystic and the pump for water :) It would be fantastic if this trail were to get paved!
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Peg H
Sioux Falls, SD138 条分享
2021年8月 • 夫妻情侣
In August, my husband & I spent a week camping & biking in the Southern Black Hills. As life-long South Dakotans & avid bicyclists, we felt we should spent some time in our home state checking out the biking & hiking opportunities. We usually spend 40-50 nights a season camping & biking in Minnesota. We hopped on the Mickelson Trail near Hill City & Custer. Even though it was the weekend, the trailhead parking lots only had a few cars. This was our 3 different trip biking the Mickelson Trail over the past 25 years. The condition of the trail was very rough in areas similar to the gravel road I grew up on in eastern SD. Each trip, we rode hybrid bikes with medium width tires and spent most of our time watching the trail for ruts & larger rocks, instead of enjoying the beautiful scenery. Some hills & curves had loose gravel which made it precarious. We tried not to compare it to MN State Trails but it was difficult to enjoy the trail because unless you have a mountain bike or fat tire bike, it wasn’t as pleasant as it could be.

Over the last 30 yrs of camping we’ve watched Minnesota turn old railways & small rail towns into booming tourist stops with trailhead parking lots so full of cars you have to wait for a spot to open up. We’ve seen small towns on the Root River, Paul Bunyan & Heartland Trails turn into tourist destinations every day of the biking season. It’s all because these trails are paved which opens up the biking opportunities for all types of cyclists no matter the type of tires on the bike. Restaurants, shops, hotels, and Bed-n-Breakfasts homes have made these small towns into thriving communities after other industries have left town.

I feel South Dakota is missing out on this bicycle boom by not having a paved state trail. Paving the Mickelson Trail would allow all ages, bicycles & abilities to enjoy the beautiful scenery along the trail. The small communities would enjoy an influx of new cyclists who bring in lots more money with fewer problems than the motorcyclists do every August. The biking season would be longer than the ski season, motorcycle rally & hunting seasons, attracting good clean cycling enthusiasts looking to spend time & money along the Mickelson Trail. Riding on the highways of the Black Hills is NOT SAFE, so paving the trail provides a safe alternative to riding on the roads. It’s time SD puts more money towards tourist attractions that bring in positive health benefits for more visitors, it would be a grand destination for all cyclists. Every day we ride the paved bike trail around Sioux Falls we see riders from other cities & states enjoying this gem on the eastern side of the state. It’s time the western side of the state has a cycling destination for everyone.

If you pave it, they will come!
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密歇根普利茅斯101 条分享
2021年9月 • 夫妻情侣
Rode from Deadwood to almost DuPont. Uphill most of the way out, but a speedy glide back. Beautiful black Hills scenery. Another day rode from Mytic to tunnel 8, which was also uphill out, but a much more manageable grade. Highly recommend this trail, but watch out for free range cattle!
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Susie P
阿拉巴马塔斯卡卢萨县38 条分享
2021年8月 • 家庭
What a great trip! Mt. Rushmore was on my bucket list. I love active adventures. When I saw the Mickelson Trail Trip it looked perfect! Hiking and biking with some of our nation’s history, it was a win win! Our guides Todd, Anna and Evan were excellent! Thoughtful, courteous, attentive, knowledgeable and entertaining! I highly recommend Bicycle Adventures for First Class Tour and Customer Service!
Mickelson Bike Tour 2021
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334 条分享
2021年7月 • 家庭
Shuttled up to mystic trailhead and rode to Hill City. It was a great time. Total length of ride was 14.6 miles and that was just eight for my crew. In fact, 6.9 miles of that were up hill. That part was tough but worth it. There were several tunnels that looked super old but so well built. We saw beautiful streams and enjoyed nature. My only advice is bring plenty of water, know your limitations, and take your time. Enjoy!
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Bill B
Littleton Co96 条分享
We did the Mickelson Half Marathon and had a great time.
It's a great Rails-to-Trails trail that adds a great attraction to the Black Hills for walking, running, biking or hiking!
Don't miss it.
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Dan J
1 条分享
Surprisingly this may have been my favorite part of our trip to see Mt. Rushmore. This is one of the most scenic and well maintained trails I have ever been on. We rode our bikes from Rockford towards Custer. We went about 20 miles. The main thing that I wanted to see were the tunnels which were amazing. This is trail that most anyone can and should do. Nowadays with the popularity of E-bikes it is even easier. I would just like to thank the state of South Dakota for making this trail available to the public. If i am back in this area again this trail will definitely be on my to do list. Highly, highly recommend as a way to get out and enjoy nature. A Fantastic family event.
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佛罗里达Salt Springs15 条分享
We rode the Mickelson trail from Englewood to Sugarloaf. There was little incline so we were able to ride all 9.6 miles (RT). As you approached Deadwood the incline became much steeper.
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内布拉斯加州林肯168 条分享
2020年10月 • 夫妻情侣
My husband and I started at the Sugarloaf Trailhead in Lead, hiking south for an hour before we turned around. The trail is perfect. No obstacles, just beautiful views. The fall leaves were stunning. Only saw a handful of other hikers/cyclists. There’s a $4/day/person trail fee. There are forms to fill out and leave with your $4 in a slot at the trailhead.
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