Mountain View Lodge & Cabins

Address: 12654 S. Highway 16, Hill City, South Dakota, 57745, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 12654 S. Highway 16, Hill City, is near 1880 TRAIN/ Black Hills Central Railroad and Harney Peak.
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    Travel Blogs from Hill City

    Day 25 Hart Ranch

    A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jun 26, 2015

    It's a beautiful sunny day so after a Walmart run we took the bike for a ride. We cruised Iron Mountain and ended up in Keystone. We could see rain clouds forming overhead but never got caught in any rain. The showers can be very isolated so one never knows when you're going to get wet. Tonight is the first Down Home Family music night of the weekend. There were a group of kids in music camp this past week, some who have never sung on stage before. The group Down Home Family is made ...

    Winding Roads and Wildlife

    A travel blog entry by boysplus on Jun 24, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    Today we took off in search of adventure. Copious amounts of research prior to this trip revealed that there were several scenic drives in the area that actually could be linked up into one long one. The total loop was only 62 miles long with an estimated drive time of 2 hours….6 hours later we were home and totally satisfied.

    Nearly all of the drive was in Custer ...

    Pulmer Gulch 1st Night

    A travel blog entry by svanderleek on Jun 07, 2015

    12 photos

    ... back to Cabin #16 and had a campfire. While the fire was going Edie and Ben were climbing up and down an even bigger rock (surprisingly it was safer than the other one) we played a game of hide and seek. Ben and Edie would go up and hide on the rock (and stick their heads a bit above the rock) and then Tommy would sit at the bottom with Mom and they would look for us. We had such a fun ...

    Mount Rushmore part 2

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on May 22, 2015

    13 photos

    ... other documents in the room. When designing the room, Borglum used the faces on Easter Island and the Pyramids as examples of current generations not knowing all the details behind these creations. He said, “Mount Rushmore is eternal. It will stand until the end of time. Ten thousand years from now our civilization will have passed without leaving a trace. A new race of people will inhabit the earth. They will have come to Mount ...

    4 Presidents, a Park, and an Indian

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on May 21, 2015

    80 photos

    ... rock spires, pillars, or towers. Some are covered at their base with trees; others are rock to the bottom. According to the story, The Needles were introduced to Borglum, the sculptor of Mount Rushmore, as the place for the carving. Borglum rejected it because the granite quality was poor and the spires were not strong enough for carving.

    We continue our drive to reach the Cathedral Spires, a national landmark, to see ...