The Big Plateau Trail Will Show You A Completely New Side Of North Dakota
By Marla S.|Published March 12, 2021
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If you’re looking to experience North Dakota a little differently, head to the Big Plateau Trail which is located in the western part of the state. Along with its diverse landscape, the stunning out-and-back trail has a river, horseback riding opportunities, tons of wildlife, and breathtaking views.
The Big Plateau Trail is located in Theodore Roosevelt Park in Billings County, North Dakota. To reach your outdoor adventure, set your GPS to Medora, ND 58645.
As of 2021, it costs $30 to park your car or $15 per person if you enter the park on foot. Now that you’re ready to see a new side of North Dakota, check out AllTrails for additional information about planning your hike along the Big Plateau Trail.
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