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WHERE: 120 miles west of Bismarck, N.D. Take the Belfield exit on I-94, and go north on U.S. Highway 85 for 50 miles to the North Unit Visitor Center. Find the trailhead at the southern end of Juniper Campground, six miles west of the visitor center.


PRIME TIME: Late spring and early fall. Too hot in midsummer, with the searing sun and highs approaching 105 degrees.


DIFFICULTY: Under normal conditions, especially in the fall months, the Little Missouri will be knee- to ankle-deep, and you can wade it. Check with a ranger for river conditions and to find recom- mended crossing points.


LOCAL WISDOM: The chocolate-milk river isn’t drinkable—you’ll have to pack in all the drink- ing water you’ll need. Some hikers cache jugs of water on those trails that cross the park roadways. Consider postponing your hike immediately after a hard rain; the badlands’ blue-gray bentonite soil becomes slippery and gluey when wet.


CONTACT: Theodore Roosevelt National Park, nps. gov/thro; 701-842-2333. Purchase books and topo- graphic maps from the Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association, trnha.org; 701-623-4884. ¿


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It’s hard to imagine an experience that captures more of the essence of Scouting than coming here. You’ll be in the thick of it as we recreate the stories of bravery and heroism that helped form our country. Come meet Thomas Jefferson and other founding fathers. Help out at a working farm and march with Fifes and Drums. It’s all designed to make the life and times of 25o years ago seem breathtakingly real. And maybe help us all be better prepared for the future.


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more. Scout tours and patch opportunities are also offered. To plan a trip or make reservations, call 1~800~400~2863 or visit colonialwilliamsburg.com/grouptours.


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