Northern Black Hills, Deadwood and Spearfish Canyon Adventure
This is the only tour you'll experience in the Northern Black Hills that focuses on nature, and legends. It's an opportunity to relax and connect while learning about the history of this special place. The Black Hills are approximately 75 million years old, and during that time it's had every moment to get the beauty picture perfect.
Spearfish Canyon is ready and waiting for you to explore. Within you'll find 1000 foot limestone cliffs towering above. This area, although rich in minerals, was spared by the Homestake Mine Company. Thanks to their preservation, we get to enjoy this pristine part of the Black Hills.
Stay out of the tourist areas that attract thousands and reconnect with nature on this tour that focuses on your well being and connection with the stunning beauty this part of South Dakota proudly offers.
We'll visit several quaint and stunning destinations. D.C. Booth Fish Hatchery, Roughlock Falls, Spearfish Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Pathways Spiritual Sanctuary and a scenic drive through Spearfish Canyon itself. A picnic lunch is provided at one of the many scenic areas along the way.
A tour of the Northern Black Hills wouldn't be complete without a visit to Despicable Deadwood. Legends from the Gold Rush of 1976 shaped this town and its inhabitants. We'll stroll the streets and visit places frequented by Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Al Swearengen and Seth Bullock.
The combination of the Wild West and millions of years of mother nature is like no other tour offered. The Northern Black Hills are one of our favorite places, and we can't wait to share it with you.
After your tour with My XO Adventures keep in mind there are plenty of other great attractions in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Please visit our page, Discover the Black Hills to find out helpful tips, restaurant recommendations in Rapid City and additional information. We also have a page on the Wildlife of the Black Hills and Badlands, weather in the Black Hills and natural resources throughout Black Hills National Forest.