Tiny Interior, South Dakota is aptly named as one of the furthest points from the coast in the whole of North America, a location which has led to the semi-arid climate that has formed South Dakota’s famous Badlands. The nearby national park, loved by fossil hunters and hikers alike, offers 380 square miles of dramatic scenery, consisting of polychrome rock strata, innumerable buttes, pinnacles and mesas that have been sculpted by the wind into evocative shapes, and the largest undisturbed prairie habitat in the United States. The area’s varied and otherworldly terrain can be explored either on foot, via numerous hiking trails, by car, on horseback with several companies offering riding tours of the area, or even by helicopter. Wildlife lovers will be enchanted by diverse fauna which ranges from bison and pronghorn to the US’s most endangered mammal, the black-footed ferret.


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