One hundred miles of singletrack trails called the Maah Daah Hey connects the northern and southern units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park, outside of Medora, North Dakota. Part of the Missouri River Plateau, the Badlands of North Dakota were formed by thousands of small streams working their way through hundreds of feet of sediment over millions of years. The trail takes us across the grasslands on top of the mesas and then dips and dives in and out of the canyons. Because we've been guiding this trail since its creation, we've been able to watch the trail evolve from a rugged new adventure route to a well-worn singletrack thanks to thousands of knobby tires. Singletrack mountain biking experience is necessary to have fun out there in addition to an adventurous attitude and a willingness to explore new territory.
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