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My answer was "anywhere you want.

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The Bureau of Reclamation manages the dam and water. Castle Creek flows into and out of the reservoir and provides additional fishing opportunities.

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Ice fishing, snowmobiling and ice skating are popular winter sports here. With so much public land here in the region - a person literally can hike, snowshoe, ski and explore just about anywhere that is not posted as private land. To be slightly more helpful to her though, I sent my friend the following Black Hills National Forest listing of some of the more popular and maintained trail systems for cross-country skiing. Personally, I'm more of a snowshoe guy myself, so I tend to be drawn to the lesser developed areas.

However, many of these cross-country ski areas also have separate, snowshoe routes in the same area as the ski routes. The carefully groomed cross-country ski trails can get buggered up pretty quickly by snowshoes tromping down the same path.

Snowshoe & Cross-country Ski Trails

Skinny cross-country skis don't exactly agree with the big, round tracks made by snowshoes. So, if you choose to explore any of these areas on snowshoes - be sure to pay attention to any separate routes or tracks that might be available for you. Add to Basket.

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Seller Inventory VIB Seriously, The UPB can hook you up. Black Elk is a little farther to and from the top but both are doable day hikes.

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You will get great exercise and enjoy stunning views. Bear Butte is the iconic geological formation just outside Sturgis; and, at 7, feet, Black Elk is the highest peak between the Atlantic Ocean and the Rockies. On top of Bear Butte you will find a spacious wooden platform where you can rest and take in views that stretch for miles in every direction.

Part of what you will see below is the old Deadwood wagon trail and Sturgis Lake. With granite formations towering all around Sylvan Lake is truly majestic. At the top is an old fire tower built from stone that for many years has withstood the challenges of time and weather.

It is a worthy end to your climb.

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On the way down there are alternative trails you can take that will change the distance somewhat Get at least one day of site seeing into your schedule. You could do at least three full site seeing days here in the Black Hills and not be feeling like I'm bored I wanna go home.

Each day would be different and fantastic. Here is just one suggestion that would be great.