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Arikaree Breaks

Parks Road, Saint Francis, KS
+1 785-332-2961
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Driving through history

I picked up a map at a filling station in St. Francis and followed their directions. I stopped at... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2017
Kathy M
Phoenix, Arizona
Heaven on Earth

I am blessed to live a few miles from this amazing terrain. My go to place for relaxation and... read more

Reviewed 16 February 2017
Saint Francis, Kansas
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9 Aug 2017
“Driving through history”
16 Feb 2017
“Heaven on Earth”
Parks Road, Saint Francis, KS
+1 785-332-2961
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

I picked up a map at a filling station in St. Francis and followed their directions. I stopped at most of the location stops. Some of the signs had been knocked down, but it was easy to follow. The roads were quite good, even though...More

Thank Kathy M
Reviewed 16 February 2017 via mobile

I am blessed to live a few miles from this amazing terrain. My go to place for relaxation and rejuvenation! While beautiful in every season, spring is my favorite time when the deep canyons come alive with green grass and wildflowers. Driving over the first...More

Thank debraharper5
Reviewed 20 January 2017 via mobile

My family and I saw this pop up online. Amazing views and good road. Well worth your time if looking for a cool road trip.

Thank lefdal
Reviewed 1 August 2016 via mobile

Google can give you a starting point at the St Francis Court House. Look on Kansas travel websites. It is about 30 miles of mostly dirt roads. Don't go after a rain. Bring water and be sure you have enough gas. Nice scenery to be...More

1  Thank Doug E
Reviewed 27 June 2016

My husband was very curious about these geological formations (being in KS); they were so subtle we almost missed them while driving with a detailed map.

1  Thank Astralucy
Reviewed 7 June 2016

"The Breaks" are a unique part of the Kansas landscape. If you are in the area and like natural land-forms, it is well worth a visit. Be sure to go on over to the "Three Corners." Stand in three states at once and sign the...More

Thank Henry A
Reviewed 14 May 2016

30 mile stretch of stunning views along an unpaved but well-maintained country road. Bring water -- no amenities!

Thank Melinda L
Reviewed 23 March 2016

This is a wide expanse of deeply eroded loess called the Kansas badlands. It is worth seeing if you are a naturalist at all. It reflects clearly that Kansas ain't flat and that there is various natural beauty to be seen. It is as far...More

Thank dr2u
Reviewed 10 December 2014

I completed the self guided driving tour on my motorcycle. I really enjoyed the combination of historic sights and scenic views. You get to see the locations of Indian and Cavalry camps as well as Horsethief Cave. Mostly dirt roads, did not see much traffic....More

Thank bsg84
Reviewed 26 October 2013

The Breaks reminds me of the old westerns. We saw lots of deer. It was a good trip other than the dusty farmer motel, stay away it is the cheapest motel in town for a reason.

4  Thank clay j
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26 March 2017|
Response from debraharper5 | Reviewed this property |
I doubt that you can. Private land owners would have to grant permission and may not want to do that with cattle in the breaks. And liability issues. You can call 785-332-4950 which is the Cheyenne County Museum and they may... More