The 2nd Annual Big Sky Challenge Hike Happens This Sunday!
If you finally recovered from your Missoula Marathon weekend and your body is ready for the next adventure......or if you've been craving a fun or challenging hike.......this could be for you! The 2nd Annual Big Sky Challenge Hike happens this Sunday! It'll raise funds for the Brain Injury Association of Montana.
Here's all the details - straight from their website! Visit the page to register or donate!
Our 2nd Annual Big Sky Challenge Hike will be held on Sunday July 14th, 2019!
We have a summit for everyone:
- Mission Loop (0.8 miles) 9AM start time - ride the Grizzly Chair lift before enjoying a beautiful loop at the top! Only 75 spots available for Mission Loop.
- Awareness Loop (5.0 miles) 9AM start time - this single track winds down the front of the mountain along Beargrass Highway, where you can enjoy incredible wildlife and meandering course as it travels through the trees.
- Big Sky Challenge Summit (10.3 miles) 8:30AM start time - With a 2,000 vertical foot climb both up and down, this steep, challenging hike will take you up Second Thought Trail and down Beargrass Highway!
- Virtual Challenge - For those unable to hike or attend, you can show your support as a virtual hiker. To register simply select "virtual hike" during registration and create your fundraising page. There is no cost to participate in the virtual challenge!
$45 for adults (June 1st - the day of the event)
$25 under 18 (kids 6 and under are free).
Includes: lunch, t-shirt and a chance to win adventurous prizes. All hikers will also get a FREE 3 month membership to Fuel Fitness!
We suggest a fundraising goal of $100. This goal can be met by asking your friends, family and others to support you! Prizes will be awarded to the individual and team that raises the most funds!
Facing the Challenge with a team provides many benefits. Team members offer encouragement, provide support and share in the celebration of the Big Sky Challenge!
Did you know? Montana toggles between 2nd and 3rd in the nation per capita for traumatic brain injury related deaths. In addition to these individuals that do not make it, around 33 Montanans sustain some type of brain injury per day and live.
Please note all registrations are non-refundable, non-transferable.