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Black Hills to Mt Rushmore

Summary

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Eine Radreise durch die spektakulären Black Hills in South Dakota. Sie radeln vorbei an pinienbestandenen Berghängen, durch offene Prärie, erleben Cowboys und Indianer hautnah und tauchen ein in die Vielfalt der Natur

Tourenrad, Mountainbike
6 Tage
200 km / 124 mi
$ 2,898.- / € 2,589.-
  • Sehr gute Verpflegung und Unterkunft mit ortstypischem Charakter. One dinner on your own.
  • Erfahrene, geschulte Reiseleiter, die sich bestens in der Umgebung auskennen.
  • Please plan on arriving in Rapid City at least one day prior to your trip departure: day one of your itinerary start at 8.00 A.M.
  • The tour will operate on the dates and itinerary scheduled and will not be cancelled due to lack of participation.

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Details

Typ
Tourenrad, Mountainbike
Dauer
6 Tage
Niveau
Leicht = Untrainiert, normale Kondition
Moderat = guter Radfahrer mit guter Kondition
Anspruchsvoll = sehr Erfahren, sehr gut trainiert
Moderat
Technisches Niveau
Leicht = unbefestigte Straßen, fast flach
Mittelwert = schmale Pfade, steile Aufstieg
Schwierig = kaum genutzte Wege, F
Einfach
Tour führung
Gruppentour = Mit Führung und Support
Individuell = mit Beschreibung und Karten
Gruppentour
Tagesdistanz
40-60 km / 25-37 mi
Gesamtdistanz
200 km / 124 mi
Unterkunft
DeLuxe = 4-5 Sterne Hotel oder Excellence B&B
Basic = 1-2 Sterne Hotel/Motel oder B&B
Camping = Zelt, Sporthalle oder Firmegelände
Luxus, Vollpension
Gepäcktransport
Daily luggage transfers
Fahrrad
Inbegriffen
Daten
01 Sep 2019 - 06 Sep 2019
08 Sep 2019 - 13 Sep 2019
Start
Rapid City (08.00)
Ziel
Rapid City (12.30)
Flughafen Anfang
Rapid City regional Airport (RAP)
Flughafen Ende
Rapid City regional Airport (RAP)

Preise

Preis pro Person
The tour price per person
$ 2,898.-
inkl. Helm und Wasserflasche
Optional
Zuschlag zur Einzel
Wenn Sie auf Reisen nur eine einzige zusätzliche Gebühr. With some group tours you can avoid a single supplement by sharing a room with another rider.
$ 480.-

Itinerary

The legendary Great Plains and Black Hills of South Dakota and are the perfect backdrop for your 6-day biking adventure. Pedal back roads through a sea of open prairie. Follow an abandoned railroad along the Mickelson Trail, traversing countless bridges and rock tunnels. Hike the base of Mount Rushmore, explore the Crazy Horse Monument and snap photos of bison, elk, sheep and prairie dogs on a ride along the aptly named Wildlife Loop in Custer State Park.

Day 1:

Rapid city / Sturgis / Spearfish / Deadwood
Begin your vacation by exploring Bear Butte State Park and summit the mountain trail yielding sweeping panoramic views for miles and miles. After lunch and a short tour of the visitor’s center, we begin our bike ride to Sturgis. Here we load up in the van to travel a short distance away to the town of Spearfish for a bike ride through a neat canyon. This evening, we arrive at Deadwood, our home for the night.
Overnight: Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel, Meals: Lunch and dinner

Day 2:

Mickelson trail / Deadwood
After breakfast we head up to the old gold town of Rochford to begin our first leg of the Mickelson Trail. The trail follows the historic Deadwood to Edgemont Burlington northern rail line, which serviced gold country for nearly a century. From there, we ride the trail “backwards” as we make our way back towards Deadwood. Early afternoon, you have a variety of activities to choose from, including: walk around the Mount Moriah Cemetery where Wild Bill and Calamity Jane were laid to rest or visit one of several of Deadwood’s museums, highlighting life in the days of outlaws, gold panning, and Native American skirmishes. We’ll meet up later in the afternoon for a Deadwood trolley tour, followed by dinner on your own tonight in Deadwood.
Overnight: Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel, Meals: Breakfast and lunch

Day 3:

Mickelson Trail / Keystone / Mount Rushmore
We’ll first transfer by van to Rochford where our continuing ride up and down the Mickelson Trail begins. You'll pass by the Mystic Trailhead as you make your way on to Hill City, the second oldest town in the Black Hills. We’ll then check into our accommodation for the next 3 nights, the Sylvan Lake Lodge, before we depart for a scenic tour of the Needles Highway and Iron Mountain Road.
Overnight: Sylvan Lake Lodge, Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 4:

Mickelson Trail / Crazy Horse / Pringle / Wildlife Loop
We’ll resume our Mickelson Trail bike ride, pedaling up towards Crazy Horse. Still in progress, the Memorial is destined to be some 10 times the size of Mt Rushmore. This is more than just carvings in stone; it is a compound that will eventually pay tribute to the American Indians and the great Indian Chief, Crazy Horse, housing the Indian Museum of North America, Indian University of North America and a host of other properties. We pedal back down to the town of Custer for lunch.This afternoon, we’ll begin our ride where we left off to pedal to the tiny town of Pringle. We’ll drive the Wildlife Loop in Custer State Park on the lookout for bison, antelope and wild burros.
Overnight: Sylvan Lake Lodge, Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 5:

Mickelson Trail / Edgemont / Wind Cave
Today we'll continue our journey south on the Mickelson Trail, completing the final section of our 110 mile journey.This easygoing section of trail passes through rolling foothills, expansive private ranches, and “as-far-as-the-eye-can-see” prairies.Lunch is at the City Park in Edgemont, the official end of the trail. Afterward, we load up the bikes and shuttle a short distance to Wind Cave, where a tour of the world’s first cave designated as a national park will be undertaken.
Overnight: Sylvan Lake Lodge, Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 6:

Sylvan Lake Lodge / Rapid City
For your final morning, you have the option to sleep in and enjoy the lodge or head out on one last group hike before we load up, say goodbye to the Black Hills and head back to Rapid City.
Meals: breakfast

Map & Routes

Karte
Satellit

Bicycle

cannondale-rental-bike Excellent quality hybrid / mountain bike
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