|Before there were highways, there were trails. These routes allowed travelers easier access to stories of real America and the unique flavor of an area. Several trails are available in North Dakota. The Old Red/Old Ten Scenic Byway Talking Trails program details by phone 10 historical points of interest along the route between Bismarck-Mandan and Dickinson. The Beer and Wine Trail includes small-scale wine producers and microbreweries, each with its own personality and key North Dakota ingredients like wheat, honey, chokecherries, juneberries and more. Events include wine tastings, a grape stomp, beerfests and Beer and Bacon festival. The North Dakota Arts & Cultural Trail is a border-to-border experience beginning at Beach’s Prairie Fire Pottery on the western edge to Fargo’s Plains Art Museum on the eastern border, and everything in between. This trail encompasses a variety of activities like the Fargo Film Festival, Corks & Canvas Art and Wine Walk, Turtle River Birding Festival and Sodbuster Days. The Homestead and Heritage Trail features ethnically diverse communities and foods from Germans from Russia, Icelandic, Ukrainian, Norwegian, Native American and French-Métis background. Let our trails open the door to your life-enriching cultural explorations.