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Horseback - This rugged but serene country is ideal for horseback. The secluded trails provide one of the most primitive recreational opportunities in the Black Hills. Sundance Campground and Trailhead provide facilities accessible to people with disabilities including an equestrian mounting ramp. Water for horses is available along many of the trails.
Mountain Bikes - The Sundance Trail system is well-recognized for excellent and challenging mountain biking opportunities because of the rough topography. Be sure to look for bypasses designed specifically for more challenging mountain biking, especially "South Fork Tent" and the '"Edge" Trail.
Other Area Attractions - The Sundance Trail System is within a short distance of Warren Peak Fire Lookout tower on FDR 838. From the lookout, you will have a sweeping view of the Bearlodge Mountains, Devil's Tower, and Inyan Kara Mountain. You can also gain access to the Cook Lake Recreation Area by following the old Bearlodge Truck trail.Directions
3.5 miles north of US 14 and Sundance on Government Valley Road.Highlights
The Sundance system provides the opportunity to explore the distinct beauty of the Black Hills of Wyoming, known as the Bearlodge Mountains.