The typical picture people get of Mount Rushmore vastly contrasts what you’ll see if you visit during the winter. The trees surrounding the busts are laden with snow, and the president’s faces adopt paler hues as their hair turns to white from the snow. As such, you’re guaranteed an experience unlike any other for those that visit the national landmark. Not only are there fewer tourists during the winter, you’ll find that many of the nearby outdoor areas turn to playgrounds for winter lovers. You’ll snowboard and ski the slopes of the Black Hills and cross-country ski the open fields of the 109-mile Mickelson Trail. To begin this winter getaway adventure, call one of these rentals home and enjoy a glamping experience in South Dakota.