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Press Photo by Mike Hricik Forest Service recreation manager Paula Jablonski, left, looks at the trailhead for the Maah Daah Hey II at Sully Creek State Park Sunday, along with Forest Service trail manager Greg Morel.

Forest Service opens Maah Daah Hey II: Trail extension added for outdoor enthusiasts

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By Mike Hricik

MEDORA — Former Mount Rushmore National Park superintendent Gerard Baker gave the trail bridging Theodore Roosevelt’s North and South Units the name “Maah Daah Hey” in 1999. It is a Mandan-Hidatsa Indian phrase, meaning “an area that has been or will be around for a long time.”

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