Badlands Loop Road, Badlands National Park, South Dakota
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Yellow stones are known as jungle on the seabed.
A jungle grew here,Before that a shallow sea covered the land. Both are gone now,but both left evidence of their passing.
A jungle sprang up after the sea drained away about 65 million years ago.
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Badlands National Park Loop - Driving South Dakota Highway 240
Some clips driving through the Badlands National Park in South Dakota on SD Highway 240.
Badlands National Park - Badlands Loop Road in Full
Badlands National Park: The entire length of Badlands Loop Road from east to west with all its beautiful scenery. Complemented with music.
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Badlands National Park, South Dakota
A short video highlighting Badlands National Park in South Dakota.
Badlands National Park | South Dakota
Badlands National Park is in South Dakota. Its dramatic landscapes span layered rock formations, steep canyons, and towering spires. Bison, bighorn sheep and prairie dogs inhabit its sprawling grasslands. The Badlands Loop Road (Highway 240) winds past scenic lookouts. Several trails begin near the Ben Reifel Visitor Center. The Fossil Exhibit Trail is a boardwalk with displays on fossils uncovered in the park.
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Badlands National Park, South Dakota
Badlands National Park in South Dakota is an amazing geological landscape of rugged beauty. These striking geologic deposits contain one of the world's richest fossil beds. The park's 244,000 acres protect an expanse of mixed-grass prairie where bison, bighorn sheep and prairie dogs live today.
For park information visit nps.gov/badl
For lodging information, visit cedarpasslodge.com.
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Badlands National Park
Recorded June 24, 2019
Located in southwestern South Dakota, Badlands National Park consists of 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and towering spires blended with the largest protected mixed grass prairie in the United States. It is desolation at its truest, where you can look for miles and see no sign of civilization. Bison, bighorn sheep and prairie dogs inhabit its sprawling grasslands. The Badlands Loop Road (Highway 240) winds past scenic lookouts. This video covers my drive through the park on a sunny day in June. See the index below for more details...
00:00 Park entrance (east)
01:44 Big Badlands Overlook
04:14 Door/Window Viewpoint
08:00 Scenic Pullout
10:58 Cliff Shelf Viewpoint
14:07 Scenic Pullout
16:03 Scenic drive along Highway 240
19:56 Scenic pullout
23:57 Fossil Exhibit Trail and boardwalk
26:55 White River Valley Overlook
28:42 Big Foot Pass Overlook
31:31 Panorama Point Overlook
34:36 Burns Basin Overlook
36:30 Homestead Overlook
38:07 Conata Basin Overlook
39:29 Scenic drive along Highway 240
43:38 Scenic pullout
45:40 Scenic drive along Highway 240
50:17 Big horn sheep
55:27 Pinnacles Overlook
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Sage Creek Rim Road Information, Badlands National Park, South Dakota (Trip 4 Vid 10) United States
I ventured off the main road through Badlands National Park onto Sage Creek Rim Road. It is a gravel road with washboards galore, but it does have many scenic overlooks to stop at and to turn around if you don't want to continue down it. The buffalo herd is also down this road. it is the only section of the park that has them. There is also a free campground 12 miles down the road that I will be featuring in the next video. So keep a lookout for that.
2013 Drive through the Badlands SD 240 Loop
Badlands National Park South Dakota Big Horn Sheep 4k
As if the strange and wonderful sandstone formations in Badlands National Park in South Dakota aren't captivating enough to behold, put a herd of bighorn sheep and their babies on the crumbly slopes and you have the greatest show on earth.
It's so hard for those of us with broad boots to keep our footing on the gradual sections that to see the bighorn adults and babies trotting and leaping seemingly effortlessly along steep faces and over chasms with tiny hooves, well, it doesn't seem possible. But here they are, and what a joy they are to watch!
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Dramatic Badlands National Park, South Dakota
The dramatic scenery of the Badlands draws visitors from around the world. Located in southwestern South Dakota, Badlands National Park consists of 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires surrounded by a mixed-grass prairie ecosystem. These striking geologic deposits contain one of the world's richest fossil beds. How did the Badlands form? Learn the geologic story and find out about the wildlife at Badlands in this video.
Ancient mammals such as the rhino, horse, and saber-toothed cat once roamed here. In Badlands National Park, scientists have observed 39 mammal species, 9 reptile species, 6 amphibian species, 206 bird species, and 69 butterfly species. Four species of wildlife have been reintroduced into the Badlands since its establishment as a National Monument in 1939. The black-footed ferret, bighorn sheep, bison, and swift fox, once exterminated from the area's mixed grass prairie, are again thriving in their native habitat.
The Badlands were formed by the geologic forces of deposition and erosion. Deposition of sediments began 69 million years ago when an ancient sea stretched across what is now the Great Plains. After the sea retreated, successive land environments, including rivers and flood plains, continued to deposit sediments. Although the major period of deposition ended 28 million years ago, significant erosion of the Badlands did not begin until a mere half a million years ago. Erosion continues to carve the Badlands buttes today. Eventually, the Badlands will completely erode away.
One of the most complete fossil accumulations in North America is found within the park. The rocks and fossils preserve evidence of ancient ecosystems and give scientists clues about how early mammal species lived. Numerous important finds from the area have informed scientists about ancient animals, climates, and ecosystems from different geologic time periods.
Oligocene fossil remains include camels, three-toed horses, oreodonts, antelope-like animals, rhinoceroses, deer-like mammals, rabbits, beavers, creodonts, land turtles, rodents and birds. Marine fossils are found in deposits of an ancient sea that existed in the region some 75 to 67 millionyears ago during the Cretaceous period. Fossils found in the Pierre Shale and Fox Hills Formations include ammonites, nautiloids, fish, marine reptiles, and turtles.
During the Age of Dinosaurs, a warm, shallow sea covered the Great Plains, including what is now Badlands. Since dinosaurs were land creatures, no fossils of these animals have been found in the park. Giant marine lizards called mosasaurs swam in the ancient sea, along with sea turtles and fish.
The spectacular vertebrate fossils preserved within the White River Badlands have been studied extensively since 1846 and are included in museum collections throughout the world.
TRAVEL & TOURISM
The Badlands provide considerable opportunities for discovery and exploration. From camping and hiking to bird watching and auto-touring, visitors to Badlands National Park can enjoy countless outdoor adventures.
The park's main visitor center, the Ben Reifel Visitor Center, is open daily all year, except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. Cedar Pass Lodge is the only lodging and restaurant in the park and offers visitors a memorable stay. There are two designated campgrounds available at the park: Cedar Pass Campground and Sage Creek Primitive Campground.
Badlands National Park is located 75 miles east of Rapid City, South Dakota. The Rapid City Regional Airport (RAP) is located approximately 70 miles (one hour), west of the park, off Highway 44. Car rental services are available at the airport.
Interstate 90 (I-90) is located directly north of the park and provides access to the Hwy 240 Badlands Loop Road. State Highway 44 provides an alternate, scenic access to the park and intersects Highway 377 in the town of Interior.
Park Headquarters: 25216 Ben Reifel Road, Interior, SD 57750.
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Badlands National Park consists of 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires blended with the largest protected mixed grass prairie in the United States.
Bison, bighorn sheep and prairie dogs inhabit its sprawling grasslands. The Badlands Loop Road (Highway 240) winds past scenic lookouts.
The best time to visit Badlands National Park is late August through September, with the couple weeks after labour day. those wishing to avoid crowds should visit during the shoulder seasons of April to May and September to October.
The mixed-grass prairie is home to many species of animals like: Big horn lambs, Prairie dogs, mountain goat, bison etc.
Things to do: Badlands Loop Road, Badlands Wall, Door Trail, Saddle Pass Trail, Yellow Mounds Overlook, Pinnacle overview, Prairie Wind Overlook, Sage creek overlook.
Badlands is around 60 mile away(via I-90); Stop for refreshments and fun at Wall Drug and the surrounding area.
Mount Rushmore is about 78miles(via SD 40 E) mile away from The Wall(badlands).
The lack of light pollution means the night sky lights up over Badlands National Park.
RV Trip to the Badlands National Park, South Dakota
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There is simply no place in the world quite like the Badlands. We think the Badlands National Park in South Dakota may be our one of our favorite parks! We are already planning our next visit, it is that awesome! Driving into the epic views from our front window had us completely in awe! The towering layered rock formations shifts from grassland to massive canyons and spans over 240,000 acres. There have been over 200 species of birds recorded in the park. Be sure to bring your binoculars!
This park is home to bison, longhorn sheep, bobcat, bison and the endangered black-footed ferret.
The first stop we made was the Ben Reifel Visitor Center. The rangers gave us maps, information on hikes and where we would mostly be able to view wildlife.
We started out driving the 40 mile Badlands Loop Road. There are dozens of places you can pull off and walk to observation areas to soak in all the beauty and take some amazing photos. Most of the hiking trails are accessible from this loop.
Be sure to stop at Roberts Prairie Dog Town. They are located where Rim Road and Sage Creek Road meet. These cute little fluffy critters are beyond precious and entertaining. They are chatty and busy and there are hundreds of them. It is their own little city and seem to enjoy showing off for you!
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Visiting Badlands National Park, National Park in South Dakota, United States
Badlands National Park (Lakota: Makȟóšiča) is a national park in southwestern South Dakota that protects 242,756 acres (379.306 sq mi; 98,240 ha) of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles, and spires blended with the largest undisturbed mixed grass prairie in the United States. The park is managed by the National Park Service. For more info, visit this link:
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Badlands National Park Part The Final: Badlands Loop in High Speed
Just having some fun with the video. Starting at the Northeast Entrance and finishing just beyond the Pinnacles Entrance. Not very visible in the video are a couple of prairie dog towns, and we see 2 bighorn sheep near the end.
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Top 13. Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Badlands National Park, South Dakota
Top 13. Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Badlands National Park, South Dakota: Loop Road, Badlands Wall, Big Badlands Overlook, Notch Trail, Ben Reifel Visitor Center, Roberts Prairie Dog Town, Door Trail Badlands, Castle Trail, Yellow Mounds Overlook, Sage Creek Wilderness Area, Fossil Exhibit Trail, Pinnacles Overlook, Saddle Pass Trail
South Dakota Family Trip | Badlands, Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Custer State Park
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In this vlog we went to:
Badlands National Park:
Mount Rushmore National Monument:
Crazy Horse Memorial:
Custer State Park:
My personal favorite was Crazy Horse Memorial because of all of the rich culture and the variety of what they had to offer - the monument, a historical area with hundreds and hundreds of artifacts, two restaurants, a gift shop, an art exhibit, a buffalo museum, a traditional performance from a man and woman of Native American decent in full regalia who also explained everything as they were performing. It will be amazing to follow the sculpture and see how it turns out in the next decades to come.
The badlands were also awesome, but unless you are a hardcore hiker or photographer, you really only need one day to visit the Badlands.
Custer was beautiful too, but they had so much to offer, and is definitely a place you camp at and explore, or stay at some of their cottages. It was incredibly beautiful.
If you do decide to go to Mt Rushmore and Crazy Horse in the same day, go to Mt Rushmore first or else you will be disappointed. Be sure to subscribe!
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Big Badlands Overlook in Badlands National Park, South Dakota, United States
A look at the Big Badlands Overlook in Badlands National Park. A beautiful view!
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