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George S. Mickelson Trail:
Mountain Biking in the Black Hills:
The trail runs 109 miles from Deadwood to Edgemont
Most of the trail is a groomed gravel surface. Few sections exceed a 4% grade, though some small sections will be a noticeable push/decline
Cell service is infrequent and should not be relied upon
Most trailheads have a vault toilet and water access
Deadwood, Hill City, Custer and Edgemont provide further services
Daily: $4 daily (required per person ages 12 and over)
Annual: $15 (required per person ages 12 and over)
Daily Passes may be purchased in our shop
George S. Mickelson Trail
11361 Nevada Gulch Road
Lead, SD 57754
Beginner or expert, there's a trail for you in The Black Hills. Here are a few links to get you started:
Great for seeking out specific trail segments. Thorough information on elevation, trail conditions and rider reviews.
Offers a large list of trailheads and sections in every corner of the Black Hills, as well as important alerts and messages.
Trail information galore. Events. Involvement. Locals that know the trails best, sharing wisdom with you.
A 111-mile trail created to celebrate South Dakota's 100th year of statehood in 1989, The Centennial Trail offers incredible views from Bear Butte State Park near Sturgis, to Wind Cave National Park near Hot Springs.
Some sections of this trail are hiking-only, but mountain bikes are welcome between the Alkali Creek Trailhead and the Dalton Lake Trailhead and between the Pilot Knob Trailhead and the Rapid Creek Trailhead.