Get ready to hit the trails and ride. The Black Hills come alive every winter with Polaris, Arctic Cat, Ski-Doo and Yamaha sleds.
The black hills are one of the nation’s great snowmobiling destinations with over a million acres of ponderosa pine and an average of 150 inches of annual snowfall.
Enjoy grand monuments, beautiful canyons, inspired lookouts, forested hillsides, open meadows and rolling plains with a network of over 350 miles of marked and groomed snowmobile trails. There is nothing better than sliding into turns, opening it up on the straightways and zig-zagging the countryside with friends and family.
The winter vistas and maintained snowmobile trails of western South Dakota have something for everyone. It’s no wonder visitors from around the globe come to the hills to enjoy snowmobiling January through March.
Looking for a great place to rent snowmobiles, stay or eat?
We’d love to point you in the right direction. Call us at 605-673-4345 or email Claw, Antler & Hide Co.
Looking for something quieter?
Consider these three winter hikes in Custer State Park where you might be able to catch our famous wildlife. The Black Hills are home to an abundant array of wildlife including Elk, Coyotes, Buffalo, Deer and more.
Make the most of your time between destinations with a scenic drives around Custer State Park. The most famous drive is Iron Mountain Road with 3 stone tunnels that frame the view of Mount Rushmore.
Sledding, hiking, and a stop at Claw, Antler and Hide Co. make for a perfect winter vacation.
Make sure to mix it up after a couple days of sledding and visit us in Custer, SD. Our store boasts a large and unique collection of claws, antlers, hides, rugs, jewelry and souvenirs.
Claw, Antler & Hide Company
735 Mount Rushmore Road
Custer, South Dakota 57730