Medora puzzle
Medora puzzle

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.

Today’s puzzle

Four Bears Bridge: The sun sets over Lake Sakakawea and Four Bears Bridge at New Town.

Previous puzzles

North Dakota traffic jam: It's rush hour in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Hiking the Trail: A hiker makes his way along the Maah Daah Hey Trail around a trail marker in the Badlands.
Patriotism on display: The Medora Musical is a tribute to former president Theodore Roosevelt.
It's that time: The Fourth of July holiday, families and fireworks go hand in hand. Enjoy them safely this holiday season.
Tis the season: The July 4 holiday is "Cowboy Christmas" and several big rodeos are held around the state. 
Monkeying around: Visitors can see animals like the orangutan at Chahinkapa Zoo in Wahpeton.
Seeing blue: Contemporary art adds a fun vibe to downtown Grand Forks, home of the University of North Dakota.
Catch a wave: Surfing in North Dakota? You can catch a wave at the Williston Area Recreation Center.
Fort Buford: Fort Buford and the Confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers have historical significance
The Woods: Not far from the Pembina Gorge, hikers can get a panoramic view of Tetrault Woods State Forest.
Great Day Hiking: Families can spend the day hiking in the Pembina Gorge near Walhalla. 
Busting the sod:
Sodbuster Days at Fort Ransom State Park takes visitors back in time.
View of the Valley: Visitors to the blockhouses at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park get a great view of the Missouri River valley.
Peace and Honor: The Game Warden Museum at the International Peace Garden honors those who have served.
Gold medalists: Olympic gold-medal winning sisters Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson and Monique Lamoureux-Morando of Grand Forks will become the 45th and 46th members of the North Dakota Rough Rider Hall of Fame.