BHVA Board meeting is Jan. 16, 2017 at the Rapid City Journal at the Rapid City Public Library at 5 pm.
Twenty one of us braved the cold to walk the Presidents Walk on New Year's Day. We want to wish the rest of the crew a Happy New Year!
The first traditional event of the year is a snowshoe at Dumont on February 4th. We had lots of fun last year -- don't worry if you don't have snowshoes because once again we will have some available to borrow (no poles) -- join us for fun in the snow!
Registration: 12:00 noon till 1:00 (in the warming shelter) Finish by 3:00.
Distance: 1K-5K Restroom available. Hot drinks and snacks provided.
Cost: $3.00 plus a Mickelson Trail Pass (daily fee is $4.00)
Dumont Trailhead (near Lead and Rochford,SD) Located 8.7 miles north of Rochford on Rochford Rd.
This form is a pdf and is the one you want to print off if you want to submit your request via snail mail.
This form is a rich text document that will allow you to type in the form, save, and then submit you walk request electronically via email. This is the one that I use (updated version).
Walk Wyoming program coming in 2017-2019! The program will cost $10 plus event fees.
Year Round/Season Walks open for 2017
Spearfish Canyon Bike
Sturgis/Fort Meade Bike (not available for two weeks in August due to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally)
Rushmore Plaza Bike
Parks (Rapid City Holiday Inn)
Pierre - Capital Walk
Cowboy Hill (Rapid City Holiday Inn)
Presidents Walk (Rapid City Alex Johnson)
Sturgis/Fort Meade (Sturgis Community Center is closed Jan1st)
Hot Springs (Jan. 1-Nov. 30, 2017)
Buffalo Beat pins are available at the 2017 traditional walks. The pins are $5 and match the logo on our 30th anniversary shirts. You can also look for them at the specialties tent at Crazy Horse.
Did you know?
If you are new to volkssporting and you would like to learn more about where and when other walks are held around the country, then click the word Events and search the state/s or type of events that you are looking for on the American Volkssport Association website. There is more that you can learn on the AVA website too. So be daring and give it a click!