Trail Maps

Download GPS tracks to your devise or view in Google Earth by clicking on any Garmin Connect link. Follow the course on your Garmin or other devise. It's easy! Instruction here

Need to find the trail head? Use the Garmin Connect link and zoom out on the trail map.


Traveling? See our out-of-state trails page. Send us your out-of-state trail maps via Garmin Connect so we can add them!



Rapid City

The Hansen-Larson Memorial Park in Rapid City has many miles of hiking and biking recreational trails on 300 acres of pristine Black Hills wilderness near the heart of Rapid City's historic downtown district. More info

The Skyline Drive trail system is a network of secluded single-track trails right here in town!  
Find Skyline Dr trail head or go to Garmin Connect

The Rapid City Bike Path offers a scenic paved trail in the city park area along Rapid Creek. It can be accessed from any place along the path.



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Last updated June 2014

Central Black Hills

The Centennial Trail has 105 miles of single track and two track from Bear Butte to Wind Cave National Park with more than 30 trail heads. From prairie grasslands to rugged high country with granite spires, you'll see wildlife, wonderful geologic formations, Black Hills history, wildflowers, lakes, and streams. See brochure or other info.


The George Mickelson Trail is a Rails-to-Trails project with 116 miles of a low-grade, crushed rock trail extending from Deadwood to Edgemont. There is a user fee. More info

The Coon Hollow trail head in the Storm Mountain area accesses several options with sizzling single-track trails.

Victoria Lake area - Check out the many miles of scenic single-track trails in this area with three different loops.

Little Elk Canyon - What could be better than a single-track trail in one of the most scenic canyons in the Black Hills? This is a favorite of local geologists.

Buzzards Roost has several miles of fabulous single-track trail. Located 5 miles west of Rapid City on Hwy 44. Here is another interesting view.

Shanks Quarry is located 6 miles west of Rapid City on Hwy 44 with 
many options for running and biking on single-track and two-track trails. The trail head is on the right (north) side of the highway. Garmin Connect        Short loop

Black Elk Wilderness has 56 miles of challenging trail running, hiking, and heart-thumping scenery near Harney Peak. 

Mystic Mountain Loop - 7.6 miles of mostly single-track and two-track trails. Located west of Silver City. Garmin Connect

Deerfield Lake loop - 11.7 miles encircling the lake.


Northern Black Hills

The Alkali Creek trail network accesses single-track trails on the Centennial Trail and others in the area.

Old Baldy - 5.6 miles of rocking and rolling single-track trails.  Garmin Connect

Crow Peak - 6.4 mile single track to the summit and back. Garmin Connect 

Eagle Cliff Trails have great cross-country skiing (groomed and ungroomed) and snowshoeing in winter with running and mountain biking in summer. Winter snow pack is probably the deepest in the Black Hills.

Big Hill Trails have groomed cross-country ski trails.

Sundance 10 & 50k race loops are in the Bearlodge Mountains near Sundance Wyoming.  

Lookout Mountain4.9 miles starting in Spearfish.   Garmin Connect           

East of Rapid City

Badlands Trails are located east of Rapid City and offer many places to run. One of the best is the Castle Trail, which can be found by getting off I-90 at the Interior Exit. The trail starts at the first parking lot inside the park and goes west to the Fossil Exhibit. Round Trip is approximately 10 miles.

Closer to Rapid City is the Rail Road Buttes area. Many trails available here. Leave Rapid City on Hwy 44 east. Turn right (south) at the New Underwood turnoff. Rail Road Buttes is about a mile south. Please note that the 4-wheelers ignore the signs prohibiting them, and all trails are now two-track trails.