Badlands National Park

Pine Ridge, SD
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Badlands National Park is located near Pine Ridge, South Dakota and offers scenic views. The trail is primarily used for hiking & scenic driving and is accessible year-round.

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One of the most unique and beautiful places that I have ever seeing. You can't really describe it, you have to see it. Definitely a bucket list place!

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I really wish I had given myself more time to visit the Badlands. It's high on my list to come back.

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Great landscapes to enjoy. Magnificent colors in the eroded terrain. Lots of wild animals.

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Absolutely beautiful.

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We didn't get a chance to stay too long and hike the trails, but this place rockstruly a unique experience. Between the Badlands and the Black Hills I was thoroughly amazed with the South Dakota landscape and I hope to return soon!

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Love the badlands have gone there every 5 years. I like going off the man trails a bit so its always different each time a go

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Like the Grand Canyon, but in reverse. Get out and walk on the trails. You'll have pictures unlike any others.

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Tons of things to see and do! Some fo the views are just amazing. Definately a must see. So many trails to just go off and explore on.

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Greatly enjoyed driving westward through this park on way to Mt Rushmore, Striking landscape!

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