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Did Jesse Jump Devil's Gulch?

Pondering the Jesse James legend is just part of the fun of visiting Split Rock Creek near Garretson.

Crazy Horse: Pointing to the Future

On a pilgrimage to the Black Hills, one South Dakota native found mountainous inspiration in a dream taking shape near Custer.

One of Iron Mountain Road s distinctive pigtail bridges. Photo by Chad Coppess. Click to enlarge photos.

Iron Mountain Road

Peter Norbeck's winding route in the Black Hills is one of America's most scenic drives.

Photo by Chad Coppess of S.D.Tourism.

The Capitol's Blue Stones

February 8, 2012
Traveling to Pierre this legislative session? Keep an eye out for bits of bright blue.

Leaving Tracks

Phillip Hammes recalls experiencing the South Dakota plains from a rumbling boxcar in the early 1980s.

Photo by Greg Latza.

The Great Tradition of Wall

Wall mixes ice water, entertainment and big ideas.

Poinsett's Enduring Charm

People have been drawn to this lake for centuries — only the tools and toys have changed.

Backpacking Sage Creek

Photographer Carl Johnson traversed the Badlands for three days without a human encounter.

The Old Swimming Hole

Warm water and rare plants make Cascade Falls a unique place to take a dip.  

Nine Mile Lake

Shaped by glaciers. Rounded by time. Preserved by the people of Marshall County.

Life in Isabel

Other South Dakota towns have heard the last bell, seen the last yellow school bus and cheered the last touchdown. But life goes on; the latest example is Isabel in northern West River.

Buffalo Ridge Resort

Gary's School for the Blind is now a top-notch resort.

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