The Black Hills National Forest consists of 1.2 million acres of land, of which an abundance of natural beauty and resources make it a highly desirable recreational area. Part of the forest extends into northeastern Wyoming, where hundreds of trails provide endless fun and uniquely stunning landscapes that can appease active travelers from all skill levels, from beginners to the most advanced.
The Black Hills of Wyoming offer a wide variety of trail opportunities, ranging from canyons and plains to crags and meadows. The trails accommodate active visitors from all areas of interest: hikers, bikers, equestrians, skiers, snowmobilers, ATV riders and more.
The spectacular forest scenery is pleasurable for guests year-round, offering hiking, biking, climbing, fishing, picnicking, camping and hunting opportunities in the warmer months, and transforming into a winter playground for snowmobile and winter sports enthusiasts in the snow months.
Whatever activity you choose to pursue, you are certain to experience the thrill of a lifetime in the Black Hills of Wyoming.