#KSBucketList Experience #4 - Arikaree Breaks
This rugged landscape of deep canyons in Northwest Kansas is formed by remnants of sand, silt and clay (known as loess) carving out space for the Arikaree River and the South Fork of the Republican River to flow - a marked difference from the Kansas plains. Driving and self-guided tours feature steep-sided canyons, cavernous ravines and gullies. Many tours of the Arikaree Breaks are available and include the location of the Cherry Creek encampment and other historic sites.
Visit any of the 70 locations, take a photo at the site and post it to Instagram or Twitter or on the Kansas Tourism Facebook page and use the hashtag #KSBucketList (one entry per person per location) for a chance to win. One winner will be drawn at random each month and awarded a prize, and a grand prize winner will be announced at the end of 2016. Contest begins January 1, 2016.
Ready to start checking some of these items off your Bucket List? Use this online checklist, or print one.