Some of the best single track in the world awaits you in the Badlands!
This 150 mile trail traverses the Badlands, Little Missouri National Grasslands, private land and the North and South Units of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It draws people from all over world to hike, bike and horseback ride in the Badlands.
This trail will give you an amazing experience no matter how you choose to enjoy it.
From the North, the trail begins at CCC Campground in McKenzie County, located 15 miles south of Watford City off Highway 85, and meanders south to Medora, and onward to Burning Coal Vein campground.
For your safety, before using the trail, contact the USFS and inquire about maps, regulations, trail updates, and possible water sources.
Remember, for your protection, exercise caution while using the trail for any outdoor activities you may have planned. Prepare for climate extremes, steep and slippery terrain, and unpredictable wildlife.
Shop cycling gear and apparel. Or stop in for repair, whether you need a wheel trued, a brake bleed, or air in your tires Dakota Cyclery can get you ride ready.
Utilize the well-maintained fleet of rental bikes – from high-end full suspension for the Maah Daah Hey to flat bar road bikes for cruising Historic Medora.
There are some great trails that lead right back into the town of Medora in a day’s ride! Take a one-way shuttle or a full guided tour through the Badlands.
The Maah Daah Hey Trail Association provides eight strategically placed water caches along the Maah Daah Hey.
Dakota Prairie Grassland manages activity on the Little Missouri National Grasslands — the largest grassland in the country, encompasing the colorful and beautiful badlands.
Stay informed with guidance on hiking, biking, riding and camping, hunting, fishing, and more along the Maah Daah Hey.