My wife and I went hiking here a few years ago in the late spring/early summer. We son TONS of bison and went hiking. Only bad thing about the hiking is that the ticks in this area are out of control. Even with the strongest Deet bug spray, we had to stop every 2-3 minutes and take ticks off our legs and clothes. My wife and I hike alot so aren't strangers to ticks, but there were so many it was just miserable.
I went alone a week ago to shoot some video/photo of bison and didn't see ANY. Not one. Not hiding in the shade, not on the plains, no where. I'm guessing it might just be too hot for them.
Because of the unpredictability of bison viewing, and the miserable hiking conditions I'd only say go if you are close, otherwise skip it.
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