Climb 193 Steps To The Top Of Sullys Hill In North Dakota And You Can See All The Way Across Devils Lake

If you’re up for a bit of a climb, you can be treated to one of the most beautiful views in North Dakota. This free-to-visit park has one of the tallest trails in the state, heading right up a hill, with a rewarding panoramic sight at the very top. It’s open year-round so that no matter when you visit, you’ll be in for a memorable experience. Don’t forget to bring your camera for this one!

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Learn more about the preserve by visiting this website. The preserve is open all year long with free admission.

Have you ever been to the top of the hill at this preserve? If you have and have pictures to share, you can post them in our North Dakota Nature Lovers group on Facebook for other ND nature enthusiasts to see. Discover more great nature spots in the state to take more photos right here.

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