Even if you visited Little Bighorn years ago, you should visit again. With all of the study and archeology of the site, the story of what happened here is so much more complete. It is still awe inspiring to look over the fields and imagine what happened that day.
Start your visit with the ranger talk. It gives you the history of all they know about what led up to the battle and the battle itself. Then take the ranger led walk afterward to complete this history overview.
Be sure to drive the road to the other parts of the battlefield. At each strategic point there is a sign with a cell phone audio tour number. Very easy to access and listen to what happened at each point.
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