Built by the WPA in 1939, the Horseshoe Lodge has been renovated as an earth-friendly eco-lodge. Book one of the nature-themed rooms, then go out and explore the 17,000 acres of San Isabel National Forest or the Pueblo Mountain Park.
|Type||Great Base Lodging|
|Duration||As Long as You Can Afford to Stay|
|Highlights||Did we mention the Grand Canyon?|
|Location||Black Hills of South Dakota|
|Type||Wild Wild West|
|Difficulty||Epic on Foot, Moderate on a Bike|
|Highlights||Being the first to report on this trip for WeekendWalk, for which we might even pay you!|
We can't wait for spring to come so we can check out the George S. Mickelson Trail in the Black Mining Hills of Dakota.It goes though 109 Miles of the best of South Dakota, from Edgemont to Deadwood. On a bike it's relatively easy to go fully inn to inn. On foot, however, you may find yourself occasionally sleeping under twinkling stars between evenings you walk into town and book a room in the local saloon and check in only to find Gideon's Bible.