BHNF Trail #9: Harney Peak South

This is the most popular route to Harney Peak – be prepared to encounter many people, especially in the summer.
Hikers begin on a roadbed that leads to a fire tower built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, now on the Register of Historic Places.
The trail is steep, but the rewars include stunning views of four states.

Trail Elevation: Elevation: 6,100 to 7,200 feet
Trail Difficulty: Moderate
Trail Distance: 3.5 miles

South Dakota Trails / State Parks

BHNF Trail #9: Sunday Gulch

BHNF Trail #9: Sunday Gulch

Custer Spur to Stockade Lake Trail

Custer Spur to Stockade Lake Trail

Rapid Creek Trailhead

Rapid Creek Trailhead

BHNF Trail #16: Iron Mountain

BHNF Trail #16: Iron Mountain

Chief White Crane Recreation Area

Chief White Crane Recreation Area

Sheps Canyon Recreation Area

Sheps Canyon Recreation Area

Sugarloaf Trailhead

Sugarloaf Trailhead

Brush Creek Trailhead

Brush Creek Trailhead

Llewellyn Johns Recreation Area

Llewellyn Johns Recreation Area

Spring Creek Trailhead

Spring Creek Trailhead

BHNF Trail #76: 76 Trail

BHNF Trail #76: 76 Trail

Oahe Downstream Recreation Area

Oahe Downstream Recreation Area

Lake Poinsett Recreation Area

Lake Poinsett Recreation Area

Lookout Point Trail at Wind Cave National Park

Lookout Point Trail at Wind Cave National Park

Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve

Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve

Elk Creek Trailhead

Elk Creek Trailhead

Alkali Creek Trailhead Horse Camp

Alkali Creek Trailhead Horse Camp

North Point Recreation Area

North Point Recreation Area