According to some surveys North Dakota is the least visited of all the United States. That is made understandable by their bitterly cold winters, Miles of almost featureless landscape, and spare population. However, as I have explored every one of North Dakota's 53 counties I have found hidden gems of interest throughout the state. One of my more memorial experiences in the Peace Garden state was, well, the International Peace Garden, straddling the North Dakota/Manitoba border. My best adventure in the state was probably the day my brother Philip and I took a long trek by horseback in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the North Dakota Badlands. Then again, maybe it was the morning in late August when I made a solo hike/climb up North Dakota's highest point, White Butte, in Slope County.
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