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Standing Rock National Native American Scenic Byway

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This National Scenic byway conveniently displays rugged terrain along with grand vistas of the Missouri River and offers the excitement of cultural and historical discovery. History comes alive on this journey as the great Lakota spiritual leader Sitting Bull lived and died here; Meriwether Lewis and William Clark stopped 14 times; famous mountain men like Jim Bridger and Jedediah Smith passed through; and it is documented as the final resting place of Lewis and Clark's guide Sakakawea.

Standing Rock National Native American Scenic Byway
 

Location

Begins at the Cannonball River and continues south along Highways 1806 and 24 to the South Dakota state line.

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Points of interest and more information: Scenic Byways and Backways brochure