Nature & Outdoors
Forget about “the great outdoors,” because the wild side of North Dakota is legendary. Hunting for big game or birds, fishing our lakes and streams, hiking, biking, boating or horseback riding – whatever you like to do outdoors, start planning your dream trip here. Click here for more Nature and Outdoors in North Dakota.
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Looking for wildlife? Waterfowl, raptors, deer, moose and other species of wildlife can be seen.
The 53-mile Turtle Mountain Scenic Byway leads through forested hills in north-central North Dakota.
Take an amazing 14-mile ride through Badlands terrain.
This 22-mile backway begins in Vang and ends in Cavalier. Some of it is gravel.
A 108-mile tour back in time between Mandan and Dickinson.
Hiking, biking, fishing golfing and more — North Dakota has a legendary adventure for you.
A 63-mile journey through the uniquely beautiful Sheyenne River Valley.
Take a 64-mile drive on Highway 22 and Highway 23 from Manning to New Town.
Hiking and biking trails criss-cross North Dakota, creating a patchwork of routes that lead to whatever the soul seeks. Hiking trails range from difficult on the Maah Daah Hey to easy on recreational paced routes in larger cities. Bikers can peddle slowly along river bottoms and grasslands and furiously climb some of the steep grades in the Badlands. Take your pick of this baker's dozen.