Sundance Mt. HideAway

42 Sundance Mt. Rd., Sundance, Wyoming, 82729, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Sundance

Feeling a tad claustrophobic

A travel blog entry by prawn0


... was just at a small town park. But the greenery was so refreshing to just relax among and the break from the van was welcomed with open arms. After lunch we continued on our way and we were driving into black clouds which weren't very appealing at all. We arrived at camp quite late after about 11 hours of travelling so by the time dinner was cooked eaten and everyone showered we basically all retreated to our tents for the ...

Devil of a Day

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton


... taking. In 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt declared Devil's Tower our nation's first National Monument. The 1977 movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind used the formation as a plot element and as the location of its climactic scenes. (

As we returned to Mystery Mountain Campground, we went through Spearfish Canyon. This scenic byway was the high-light of our day. The limestone ...

Devils tower, more sacred than evil......

A travel blog entry by amanda.cinfio


... potato in Close Encounters of the Third Kind: the movie which Devils Tower is most widely known for. The columns continually split and shear off due to weathering from the elements.

The Black Hills National Forest surrounds the tower, and at its base is a very entertaining field of prairie dogs who provide photo opps for tourists.

After a hike and lunch , we headed to Sundance to stay there before moving on to see Mt Rushmore and Crazy Horse.

Day 6 - Close Encounters of the Third Kind

A travel blog entry by ucbearcat74

... on one side and a couple of others coming down. Amazing! Climbers come from all over the world to climb the Tower.

After buying the obligatory postcards we headed out to find the lodge. Down a couple of dirt roads we went and dead-ended at the Devils Tower lodge! Whew! Not sure about the directions but the view from our bedroom window is priceless!

We were greeted by Tanya who works for the owner Frank. She apologized for not ...

The Black Hills of South Dakota

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost


... fishing cabin here and there but otherwise nothing but nature. Only a few cars and no trucks on the road; it was bliss.

I grabbed lunch in the McDonald’s in Spearfish (don’t judge – McD’s has the most reliable free wifi in the nation! Without it I’d be without internet access for days when I’m camping). Thanks to McD’s I found my campground for the night. I met some great folks. There was the ...


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