This Historic Hike At Pipestone National Monument Leads To Pink Cliffs And A Rushing Waterfall

Many of Minnesota’s most popular trails focus on bringing hikers to beautiful nature areas. Others are more focused on exploring historic areas. Some trails, though, bring history and nature together in the most unforgettable way. That’s certainly the case for the Circle Trail at Pipestone National Monument in Pipestone, Minnesota. Here, you’ll encounter pieces of Minnesota’s ancient history as you venture among the gorgeous pink cliffs and rushing prairie waterfall. If you’re up for an adventure, head on down to this southwestern Minnesota spot for an unforgettable experience. Here’s what you need to know about this wonderful historic hike:

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Have you ever visited Pipestone National Monument? Other great things to do in the area include visiting nearby Blue Mounds State Park and the secret waterfall at Touch the Sky Prairie.

Address: 36 Reservation Ave, Pipestone, MN 56164, USA