Old Baldy Road

Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota

Distance1.1mi
Elevation Gain158ft
Trailhead Elevation5,579ft
Top5,706ft
Elevation Min/Max5579/5706ft
Elevation Start/End5579/5579ft

Old Baldy Road

Old Baldy Road is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Lawrence County, South Dakota. It is within Black Hills National Forest. It is 1.1 miles long and begins at 5,579 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 158 feet.

Old Baldy Road Professional Review and Guide

"This is a mountain loop hike with an optional spur trail to the summit of Old Baldy, offering sweeping views of the northern Black Hills. The Old Baldy Trail, if followed along the western route, begins in a beautiful grove of aspens that includes much parklike terrain.

The Old Baldy Trail is a combination loop and spur trail that meanders through prime deer and elk habitat. Throughout the hike the trail is exceptionally well marked. Blazes are abundant and the grade is gentle.The trail could make for an ideal family outing, particularly for those interested in the possibility of observing wildlife. From Old Baldy Mountain, the vistas are satisfying, offering views to the east of Ragged Top and Terry Peak; to the west hikers can view Cement Ridge Lookout. Crow Peak looms in the north, a mountain with a geological background similar to that of Old Baldy."

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Trail Information

Black Hills National Forest
Nearby City
Black Hills National Forest
Parks
Black Hills National Forest Visitor Center
Local Contacts
Black Hills National Forest Map; Old Baldy Trail Map No. 66; USDA Black Hills National Forest handout
Local Maps

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Aug 2018