Hiking can be a very rewarding experience. A trail may have a few difficult spots or a long trek, but it might all lead up to a fantastic view at the end or give you an experience you won’t forget. North Dakota has quite the list of hiking trails, ranging from easy walking trails to tough uphill climbs. Quite a few of these trails lie in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and this one in particular will definitely leave you feeling accomplished once completed.

The Buckhorn Trail is definitely a hike where unforgettable memories will be made. The trail is located about 20 miles south of Watford City, ND, on Scenic Drive, the main road through the North Unit that is off of US-85.

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