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The George S. Michelson Trail is a walkway that extends for 109 miles from Lead to Edgemont to Deadwood and through the Black Hills of South Dakota. And that's not counting about nine additional branch trails, including a three-mile paved link from Custer to Custer...More
This is a great trail for hiking or biking. We biked about 10 miles of it to visit Crazy Horse. It's hard-packed (mostly) gravel, so no road bikes need apply especially at the end of a rainy summer like this one was. Use extra caution...More
We started in Edgemont, at 11 AM on a sunny July morning. The temp hit 100, and the first day's 45 miles are ALL UP. We passed lots of long vistas, with cattle on the trail occasionally. The trailheads along the way all have blue...More
Took the trail head from downtown Deadwood to Sugarloaf. It was a good climb and the trail was clean and easy for the mountain bike to ride on. Not technical but the climbs are long but fun to bomb down after reaching the summits. Lots...More
You can access the trail all from many cities throughout the Black HIlls, so no matter where you are, check to see if the trail is near you. It used to be a railroad track, and the trail passes through beautiful countryside. You can walk...More
If you don’t have a bike then rent one! A ride on this trail is a must. One of the most scenic trails we have ever been on. We rode from Custer, North for 25 miles, through three tunnels and over at least 20 bridges....More
Ran the Deadwood Mickelson Trail Marathon that covers the last 26 miles of the trail beginning at the Rochford trailhead and ending in Deadwood. This section had amazing beauty and was well kept. A fair mix of shade and sun. There were some picnic tables...More
My friend and I hiked for a few miles on the Trail. We were in the Deadwood area where we entered and found it a bit difficult to locate a place to park. As it was off season, we parked near a store that had...More
I went both ways, if its not to late, go north, south to crazy horse was a straight up nothing much ride, the other way was up but remarkable views. Sorry, I don't check this site very often. Bring plenty of water, if... More
I went both ways, if its not to late, go north, south to crazy horse was a straight up nothing much ride, the other way was up but remarkable views. Sorry, I don't check this site very often. Bring plenty of water, if its hot.