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Black Hills Monument Tour
"This tour gives you the option to be picked up at your home or hotel and depart Rapid City at 9:00am. While in transit you will have the option to watch an informative video about the Black Hills and all the great sites you don't want to miss. These luxury limousines are always stocked with complimentary drinks and snacks.You will arrive in Keystone at approximat the tour will depart for the Black Hills which is home to the world famous Mt. Rushmore our nation's ""Shrine of Democracy"". Your guide will give you a brief history of the mountain carving and set you on your way to explore the monument's museum gift shop and sweets parlor
From $150.00
 
Black Hills Winery Tour
"A stretch limousine will pick you up at your Rapid City area home hotel or campground. Depending on the number and location of travelers pickup times will be between 12:00pm and 1:00pm local (MDT) time. The tour will depart Rapid City no later than 1:00pm local time.Your tour will start with a 30 minute scenic drive through South Dakota's famous Black Hills and will arrive at the SD. Complimentary snack and beverages will be available on board your limousine. Next you will visit the Stone Faces Winery. Here you can sample their selection of dry sweet grape or other fruit wines
From $75.00
 
Mount Rushmore Flight and Ground Tour
"This 1-day adventure takes you round trip from the Salt Lake City area to Rapid City South Dakota to see the Mount Rushmore National Monument. Upon landing your personal tour guide will take you to see the sculpted faces of Presidents Washington Jefferson Teddy Roosevelt and Lincoln up close. This tour includes a meal as well as the option to have a personal photographer record the day's adventure for you so you can enjoy a full sightseeing experience! After a full day
From $1,315.00

Most Viewed Warnings and Dangers in Wyoming

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Wildlife

I love wildlife is lovely but you have to remember they can cause injury and it could be fatal. Naturally during mating seasons and when they have young ones .. they are the most dangerous. So if you...
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Hot water

I hope that this story will convince you that the information about fragile ground is true. This story, titled YNP Visitor Burned Near Old Faithful, was in our local Cody Enterprise paper, issue...
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Driving

Maximum speed to drive in the park is 45 miles per hour, or even shower where posted. Drive carefully, many accidents happen each year. Please use pullouts to watch wildlife or pull off on the...
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Unstable ground

The pothole seems to have opened up in the parking lot at the Mudvolcano area. We saw quite a few new thermal "holes" in areas that looked like they did not have any before. This one had some smoke...
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Wildlife: Don't let their docile looks fool you!

I'm a big fan of wildlife, but the park does try to warn visitors to keep there distance from these wild creatures. Just because their big and seem quite docile, there are not! Many visitors have...
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the bear facts

While Glacier National Park to just to the north in Montana gets most of the notoriety with regard to grizzlies, Yellowstone has a fair population of its own. Less people hike and backpack in...
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Pronghorn Antelope:Amazing to see

We were amazed at how so many herds of the antelope just roaming around. I grew up in Antelope Valley in California, so I was tickled to see so many still roaming the open ranges of Wyoming. You can...
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Don't Leave the Paths!!

Yellowstone National Park as hundreds of geysers, hot springs, fumeroles and other hot water features. The water is at least 200 degrees F and 100 C. According to the book, Deaths in Yellowstone, 19...
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Stay on the paths!!!

When visiting Yellowstone National Park, especially around Old Faithful (pictured here), please stay on the wooden paths like you see in the picture. The reason why is because the ground is VERY...
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Ice and Snow

Every year in winter Wyoming's roads become a death trap for some. Well, winter lasts long. E.g. in 2000/2001 the first snowstorm hit Laramie on Halloween (Oct. 31) and it remained white outside til...
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Be aware of bears

Don't feed any wildlife. While hiking through the wilderness watch out! In some areas - especially in the northwest corner of the state close to Yellowstone - grizzly bears do still live in the...
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Breathtaking smell!!!

In Yellowstone NP you have to be aware of the fact, that nature really can stink!!!Many of the fabulous sites derive from volcanic activities and have this real bad smell of rotten eggs .....But it is...
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Wildlife: Do not bother wild animals!

If you run into wild animals in the wilderness in Wyoming (which is highly likely) please keep your distance. Do not feed them, try to touch them, or disturb them...You could end up dead or the animal...
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Beware of bears and buffalo in...

Beware of bears and buffalo in Yellowstone park. If you're camping, make sure you leave all foods and other things with distinct smells (toothpaste, deodorant, ...) in the car or high up in a tree,...
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Lake Village, Wyoming, 82190, United States
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80 Scott Lane, Jackson, Wyoming, 83002, United States
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203 West Yellowstone Avenue, Cody, Wyoming, 82414, United States
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289 Lytle Creek Road, Devils Tower, Wyoming, 82714, United States
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2360 West Lincoln Way/I-25, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82001, United States
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Top Things to Do in Wyoming

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Geysers/hot springs

At the end of the first day, I went out on the Upper Geyser Basin trail around the Old Faithful Inn and photographed thermal features until it got too dark an I got too cold. I saw many thermal pools,...
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Old Trail Town

If you are in Cody for more than a day be sure to visit Old Trail Town, which is open seasonally from May 15 to September. It is on the highway you would take out of town when heading toward...
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George Washington Memorial Park (Town Square)

Great place for a selfie or pic while your in town getting a meal or heading out of town to the park. We always stop by for a few pics when we are in the area since we had to come to town for...
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Serendipity Books & Antiques

This small town bookstore is really charming. We were just passing through town and decided to check it out. We were welcomed by one of the owners, who was super gracious, genuinely kind and very...
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Enjoy the Devil Canyon Overlook and Park Road

Drive the park road in the south section of Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. Enjoy the scenery, and keep your eyes open for wildlife. Your main stop will be at the Devil Canyon Overlook. ...
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Bear Lodge Mountain

Most people who come to Sundance will take the detour to Devils Tower. The main road between the two is making the semicircular loop on HW-14 & HW-24. However if you'd rather go on quieter paths...
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