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7 of 12 Types of South Dakota Recreational Facilities--National Forests
Ivan Gillis

South Dakota National Forests

Black Hills

A photo of the Black Hills in the Black Elk Wilderness with Horsethief Lake.

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Consisting predominately of Ponderosa pine, this forest is located in the namesake Black Hills. There are 11 reservoirs, 353 mi (568 km) of trails, and 1,300 mi (2,100 km) of streams in this forest. Black Elk Peak is the highest point in South Dakota and the highest point in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains at 7,244 ft (2,208 m).

Custer

A mountain goat below Granite Peak.

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Custer National Forest includes the Beartooth Highway and the Capitol Rock and the Castles National Natural Landmarks. The forest's Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness includes Granite Peak, the highest point in Montana at 12,807 ft (3,904 m)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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