North Dakota: One Piece at a Time
Choosing the right place to visit in North Dakota doesn’t have to be puzzling. It just takes a little planning, that’s all.When planning trips to the four corners of the state, take a few minutes to challenge your mind and be inspired by iconic images you will encounter. Come back daily for a new puzzle.
Magnificent sunset: Watching the sun set at Double Ditch Indian Village.
Geese in Flight: The summer sun sets behind Geese in Flight along the Enchanted Highway.
Wild Horses: Wild horses roam through Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
National mammals in the national park: Bison share the road with a car in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Mallard in flight: A mallard duck comes in for a landing in the prairie pothole region of North Dakota.
Game Wardens Museum: Autumn colors highlight the Game Wardens Museum at the International Peace Garden.
Trail riding: Biking the terrain park Pembina Gorge.
Lake Tschida: Another glorious sunset over Lake Tschida near Glen Ullin.
Bighorn gathering: Bighorn sheep gather in the Badlands of western North Dakota.
The amazing sunflower: It's prime time for viewing sunflowers in North Dakota.
Bridging the Missouri: Sunset behind the historic railroad bridge crossing the Missouri River between Bismarck and Mandan.
Fort Union: The Missouri River flows past Fort Union, just like it did when the fort was a center of the fur trade in the 1800s.
The Harvest: It won't be long until North Dakota's fields are filled with machines bringing in this year's harvest.
First interstate: Some of the first visitors to North Dakota, in the form of the Corps of Discovery, followed the Missouri River.
Sunset in the Badlands: Day gives way to night over the North Dakota Badlands and Little Missouri River.
FORE!: Golf courses like Bottineau Country Club are know for challenging holes, easy-to-get tee times and affordable rates.