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wandern
ausgewaschen
eisig
abseits des Weges
23 days ago

wandern
28 days ago

Beautiful short trail, great views of river and valley.

wandern
ausgewaschen
brücke geschlossen
eisig
abseits des Weges
schlammig
scrambling
überflutet
überwachsen
1 month ago

Pretty rough trail with all the melt off. A lot of awesome sights but for sure being a hiking pole for the slippery mud covered ascents and descents.

wandern
3 months ago

Perfect trail for my 2 kids and I. We went in the fall, and it was beautiful. The trail is clearly marked and easy to follow with lots of alternative routes if desired.

wandern
kein schatten
3 months ago

some game trails beyond listed trail. you can see the horizon with a 360 view.

wandern
kein schatten
3 months ago

very scenic, leads to a hill with a very wide view of the park.

wandern
kein schatten
schlammig
3 months ago

great views, some vandalism, muddy in some spots.

Partial Ravines Ravine stroll. Beautiful fall day. Walking with husband that is recovering from knee surgery. Took it slow and easy. There are a couple of steeper areas but he handled them without problems.

wandern
4 months ago

Great place to be guaranteed the site of buffalo! Views of rivers and trees are amazing

wandern
ausgewaschen
geschlossen
privatgrundstück
überflutet
4 months ago

This is North Dakota. FACTS: I flew into Bismarck, ND. I then proceeded on a 909-mile road trip through the badlands to bag the highpoints in ND and SD. Here is ND, highpoint number 26/51 for me and ranked 30/51. TRAILHEAD / HIKE: The route to get to the trailhead from the North (Amidon, ND) is totally washed out and gone and closed until further notice. You must get to the trailhead from the South (Bowman, ND). I have taken the trouble of providing detailed instructions here. From Bowman, ND, go North on 85 There is a sign on the left for 74th Street, there is NO sign on the right Make a right here onto a dirt road (all roads from now on are hard pack dirt) Go exactly 4 miles (reset odometer) Make a Left on 140th Ave SW (it is now labelled and contrary to other reports is not 137th ave) Go exactly 5 miles (reset odometer) Make a Left on 69 Go exactly 1 mile (reset odometer) Look for Red Iron Ranger, that is the parking for the new trailhead The hike is in one direction (due south) and is straightforward and easy. Surprisingly, I did meet two groups who were coming down as I was going up and one gentlemen going up as I was returning. It took me 90 minutes out and back... DINING: Humpback Sally’s: This place is downtown. I parked in the garage around the corner. This is Bismarck’s version of a pretentious “small plates, tapas” kind of place. I had a bourbon cocktail which was well made. The service was good but not especially warm or friendly. The food was good but the portion sizes are ridiculously small. I just can not see how this type of restaurant can survive in Bismarck. MacKenzie River Pizza Grill & Pub: This place is north of downtown. Plenty of free parking outside a stand alone building. The bar and restaurant were packed. I waited 15 minutes for a seat at the bar. I sat next to 3 fellows, one of whom immediately asked me if I wanted an entire order of nachos, since they had messed up the order (nachos had beans and they did not want beans, lol). Nice gesture. We got to talking and I asked him how his pizza was. He immediately reached over and handed me a slice and said try it. Again, wonderful generosity on his part. The pizza was good. I was planning on eating and drinking here as it was close to where I was going to spend the night. But, these 3 gents were soon gone and replaced by 3 other gents. The 3 new gents immediately started drinking and using foul language very loudly (got to the point that many at the bar area were uncomfortable). I had one beer and left. Laughing Sun Brewing Company: This place is in downtown Bismarck. It is in an industrial area, but I was told it is safe. There is plenty of free parking. They serve good craft beers only. The food is BBQ and it is very good as well. The service is warm and genuine and friendly. At about 900pm, a hip hop band started playing (ridiculously loud). Loud to the point that people in the restaurant and bar could not talk to each other. Many people sitting next to me were so annoyed at the loudness that quite a few paid their tab and left, including me. Little Cottage Cafe: This place is in downtown Bismarck. There is plenty of free parking. The place opens at 600am and is filled by 630am. This is a quintessential hometown feel good breakfast place. I sat at the 4 seat counter. The only waitress has been there for 30+ years. The food is great. The service is great. All around, my best meal in Bismarck. IMPRESSIONS: Apparently, when the settlers came, if they were able to build and live on a structure for 5 consecutive years, they were given 160 acres of land. Land is broken up into sections. Each section is 640 acres. Farms and ranches in ND are huge. Unlike the east coast, nobody discusses square feet, they say how many sections do you own? I marvel at the settlers who travelled west and saw the never ending prairie grasses and decided to stay.

wandern
4 months ago

Beautiful views of the Little Missouri

Up close views of mesa rock layers. Lots of evidence of wild horses.

wandern
kein schatten
4 months ago

Fantastic views of river valley and bluffs

wandern
kein schatten
4 months ago

360 views totally worth the climb

wandern
schlammig
4 months ago

This was a beautiful hike. Lots of prairie dogs. We didn't see any bison but plenty of signs of them around. Don't do this hike after a rain. Seriously muddy and messy and the mud is impossible to get off your shoes and is very slippery and can be deep mud. You cross the Little Missouri River twice. We did it in Sept and it was about 2.5 - 3 feet deep and totally worth it. There is a small stream you pass as well on the hike but I think only because we had just had plenty of rain and it was full. It was a muddy mess. It was completely serene, beautiful and worth it all. I love this area.

wandern
schlammig
4 months ago

This was a beautiful hike. Lots of prairie dogs. We didn't see any bison but plenty of signs of them around. Don't do this hike after a rain. Seriously muddy and messy and the mud is impossible to get off your shoes and is very slippery and can be deep mud. You cross the Little Missouri River twice. We did it in Sept and it was about 2.5 - 3 feet deep and totally worth it. There is a small stream you pass as well on the hike but I think only because we had just had plenty of rain and it was full. It was a muddy mess. It was completely serene, beautiful and worth it all. I love this area.

Decent trail, well populated and with several sculptures and historic points of interest along the way. The trail is fully paved and wide enough for cyclists, runners, dog walkers and everyone else. Follows the Missouri River for the most part; my only issue being that there is a pretty busy little road that runs right alongside, so if you’re looking for a quiet walk with no traffic noise / fumes, this is not the one for you. Not for anyone who is seeking to be challenged either, this is as easy as it gets. I enjoyed my stroll though, and would definitely recommend it for anyone who wants to stretch their legs and take in some scenery, or do a bit of running.

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