Sundance Trail System

Sundance, Wyoming

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Located 5 to 8 miles north of Sundance, in the southern section of the Wyoming part of the Black Hills Forest. A fascinating series of loops covering everything from low creek drainages to high ridges. Several day and/or overnight routes can be planned in this area.
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Hiking Wyoming

by Bill Hunger (Falcon Guides)

Located 5 to 8 miles north of Sundance, in the southern section of the Wyoming part of the Black Hills Forest. A fascinating series of loops covering everything from low creek drainages to high ridges. Several day and/or overnight routes can be planned in this area.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Sundance
Distance: 56
Elevation Gain: 1,600 feet
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy to Difficult
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Local Contacts: Bearlodge Ranger District (307) 283-1361
Local Maps: Bearlodge Trails, Sundance Trail System and Carson Draw Trails, map and guide available from the Bearlodge Ranger District. USGS: Sundance West and Sundance East
Driving Directions: Directions to Sundance Trail System

Recent Trail Reviews

5/19/2001
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The Sundance Trail system is remarkable in the number of hiking options it allows within a relatively small area. With the number of loops and interconnecting routes here it is easy to find the perfect path for you according to your abilities and the amount of time you have to spend here. Biking and Horseback riding opportunities are here as well but there are so many routes here that one generally finds solitude where ever they go. I particularly enjoy hiking the Tent Canyon Ridge trail and the Ogdon Ridge as a loop. This particular route is of moderate difficulty and offers some great views of the Western Black Hills and Wyoming praire. I am yet to set foot on all the rails in the Sundance System but I certainly plan to as the ones I have travelled have proven most enjoyable.



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