Northern Black Hills Snowmobiling

The MOST popular snowmobile trail in South Dakota.

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In southwestern South Dakota, the Black Hills has 350 miles of snowmobile trails through majestic pine covered forests. The Black Hills boast amazing snowmobiling with great rolling trails, plentiful off-trail riding through open meadows and great scenery. Dont miss the ride to Spearfish Canyon.

Overall, Northern Black Hills is the 1st most popular snowmobile trail of all 10 snowmobiling rides in South Dakota. Several of the better snowmobile trails are nearby Northern Black Hills including Southern Black Hills and Mickelson Trail.

Best Northern Black Hills Snowmobiling Review | Black Hills, South Dakota

Black Hills National Forest (SD/US)

Best Northern Black Hills Snowmobiling Review | Black Hills, South Dakota

Black Hills National Forest (SD/US)

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Local Contact(s):  Black Hills National Forest (605) 673-9200; SD Tourism (800) 732-5682; Mad Mountain Snowmobile Rentals (605) 578-1878.

Best Season:  Dec. - Feb.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Spearfish Canyon Resort (800) 439-8544

Luxury Loding:  Sylvan Lake Cabins (605) 255-4515; Cottonwood Lodge (605) 642-2234

Breakfast Restaurant:  Sylvan Lake Lodge

Reference Source:  click here https://gfp.sd.gov/

Article Source:   Best Northern Black Hills Snowmobiling Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=SNOWMOBILING&id=12399

Date Published:  12/28/2015

Date Updated:  6/26/2016

ID:  12399

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