An area of elevation in western South Dakota that features many geographic tourist attractions including Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse, additionally the metropolitan areas of Sturgis and Deadwood. The Ebony Hills are generally a sacred location for local indigenous individuals, such as the Sioux Indians. The nearest town of significant size is Rapid City. This location is exclusive because of heavy forestation, Chinook winds and mountain-like landscape, which is not easily present areas of the North Central region of the Midwestern united states of america (South & North Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, & Missouri). A gathering point for aging hippies, drunks, and stupid tourists that happens to-be in the middle of a bunch of woods.