Western part more hilly? (Rapid City: neighborhoods, land, pictures)
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The southern and western sides of the city have more hills. There are also two large mountains just west of downtown. The further west and south you go, typically the higher and wavy the land is. North and east of town is mostly flat and is lower in elevation.
There are literally thousands of pictures of Rapid City and the Black Hills on the South Dakota Picture thread. Pictures Of Our Trip To Rapid City/Black Hills If you click on the above url, it will take you to one thread which has many pictures of Rapid and the surrounding area's. The pictures were taken by a poster that visited Rapid.
Rapid City does have the better climate... a little more brown in the summer perhaps with lower humidity, much warmer winters, and much hillier. East side hasn't been that bad the last couple years though... above average rain and warm springs. Not the norm though.
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