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Address: SD-240, Wall, SD 57790, USA
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Overview of Yellow Mounds Overlook

Home to Yellow Mounds Overlook is the city of Custer in the country of United States. Yellow Mounds Overlook is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.

Attractions like Crazy Horse Memorial, 1880 Train, Jewel Cave National Monument, Wind Cave National Park and Iron Mountain Road are the usual crowd pullers of Custer and you might easily miss out Yellow Mounds Overlook amidst these top things to do.

Custer tours ideally do not include a visit to Yellow Mounds Overlook.

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  • Black Hills Hot Air Balloon Ride
    Black Hills Hot Air Balloon Ride
    2 ReviewsDuration: 60 minutes

    Enjoy a spectacular hot air balloon ride over the beautiful and historic Black Hills of South Dakota with a complimentary Champagne toast! You'll experience a 1-hour flight at sunrise in one of the most scenic places in the world. A souvenir flight

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  • This is one of my 2 favorite overlooks in the park, the other being Pinnacles. The yellow layers here are really interesting and break up the monotony of the, lets face it, miles and miles of gray rocks, which are beautiful but can start to feel like they are the same everywhere you go in the Badlands. There is also a really striking normal fault cutting the rocks in some of the hills here that is easily seen.

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