He's climbed the granite spires and conquered some of the toughest routes in the Black Hills. Let Daryl take you on a rock climbing adventure – for all ages and all skill levels.
When is the best time to view wildlife in the Custer area? Get insider tips and tricks from Custer State Park's own Craig Pugsley.
Say hello to Brian and Janet Boyer. Owners of the Buglin' Bull Restaurant and Sports Bar in downtown Custer, Brian and Janet have spent numerous hours riding through some of the most beautiful scenery in the Black Hills.SEE BRIAN'S TIPS
Meet Darci. She grew up in Hill City (just 14 miles from Custer) and has been hiking Black Elk Peak (formerly Harney Peak) and Sunday Gulch since she learned how to walk.
Crazy Horse Memorial, the world's largest ongoing mountain carving, is just five minutes away.
See the roaming buffalo and mountain lakes of Custer State Park, only two minutes from town.
Mount Rushmore National Memorial, our nation's Shrine of Democracy, is located 25 minutes from Custer.
The 1.2 million acres of the Black Hills National Forest surrounds the city of Custer.
Devils Tower National Monument, our nation's first National Monument is 2 hours away.
Jagged spires, eroded buttes and ancient mysteries of Badlands National Park are located 2 hours from Custer.
Iron Mountain Road, the "impossible roadway," is located 15 minutes from Custer.
Jewel Cave National Monument, the world's second longest cave is only 15 minutes away.
Wind Cave National Park, the world's fourth longest cave, is 23 minutes away.