Black Hills Inn & Suites

206 Mountain Shadow Lane, Deadwood, South Dakota, 57732, United States | Hotel
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Ropes and rocks mostly adventure!!!

A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn


Today as we came out of deadwood we went right to Mt. Rushmore. We saw the heads and saw a video about how they made them. Did you know they sculpted Mt. Rushmore and the part of crazy horse that there is now all out of explosives and drills!! Right? Anyways, my favorite part of the day was the aerial adventure park and alpine slide. For the adventure park we got harnessed up and had ...

Back in the USA Eventually

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet


There were a couple of "must do's" before we left Canada, and the first was the Jasper/Banff and Glacier National Parks. Highly recommended for walkers, drinkers, or general sightseers, with many of the walks even now covered in snow, but it has to be said that although there are about 6 glaciers all within a couple of hours drive, none even compares with the Perito Moreno Glacier at El Calafate in Argentina, but then we have to be careful of judging places ...

Deadwood and Devil's Tower

A travel blog entry by frguido


... the occupant of that chair refused to give it up. Jack McCall had a score to settle with Wild Bill and he came into the saloon quietly, sneaked up behind Bill and killed him with a single shot to the back of the head. "Wild Bill" Hickok dead at age 39. McCall fled but was later caught and hanged. Bill was buried in Ingleside Cemetery, but two years later his gravesite was moved up the hill known as Mt. Moriah where it remains today.

Deadwood and The Black Hills

A travel blog entry by chadhanson


... documents and artifacts, including some of the cards from the poker deck that Mr. Hickok was playing with the night he was shot. Of course, there isn't much left of the original wild town, except for a few salvaged storefronts. Most of the original buildings were lost through fire, flood, or time. Still, standing on the streets, with the hills rising above you and using your imagination, you can get a sense for what an exciting and dangerous time it must have been in ...

Mt Rushmore and Deadwood

A travel blog entry by jameszappia


... monument itself will be the largest statue in the world and the head alone of crazy horse could hold the Mt Rushmore sculpture and still have room left over.

The final stop of the day as a stop at historic Deadwood, home of Wild Bill and Calamity Jane. This historic western town as it all, old time photos, saloons, shoot outs in the middle of the street BUT due to their ...

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This hotel, located on 206 Mountain Shadow Lane, Deadwood, is near Saloon No. 10, Adams Museum, Adams House, and The Roo Ranch.
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