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059 - Badlands and Black Hills of South Dakota (Print)
Photograph America Newsletter on Badlands and Black Hills of South Dakota
 
If you like to get away from the crowds and travel remote back roads, head for the Badlands and Black Hills of South Dakota where you can photograph deeply-eroded canyons, old ghost towns, panoramic landscapes, caves, wildlife, cactus-covered plains, and prairies covered with native grasses. Photograph saw-tooth ridges and balancing rocks in the Badlands National Park and explore deep caverns in Wind Cave National Park. Take close-ups of bison and prairie dogs. Included are directions to the remote Southern Units of the Badlands where you'll see even fewer tourists and discover some of the best overlooks for panoramic images.
Price $9.50

Description
 
Printed Issue, sent via USPS
Updated -
September 2011
This newsletter explores deeply-eroded canyons, old ghost towns, panoramic landscapes, caves, wildlife, cactus-covered plains, and prairies covered with native grasses. Photograph saw-tooth ridges and balancing rocks in the Badlands National Park and explore deep caverns in Wind Cave National Park.
Shipping and handling charges $1.25.
Locations
  • Badlands National Park
  • Black Hills of South Dakota
  • Castle Trail
  • Cedar Pass
  • Conata Road
  • Custer State Park
  • Door Trail
  • Fort Pierre National Grasslands
  • Mount Rushmore
  • Robert's Prairie Dog Town
  • Saddle Trail
  • Sage Creek Rim Road
  • Sheep Mountain Road
  • South Dakota Wall
  • Sylvan Lake
  • Wind Cave National Park
  • Window Trail