The Brain Injury Alliance of Montana will host its inaugural Big Sky Challenge Hike in hopes of raising enough funds to continue providing vital services to those who need us!
Reaching your personal summit reminds us that, for those with a brain injury, their daily challenges far surmount our own and will help empower us to challenge our own physical limitations.
On August 25th, the Brain Injury Alliance of Montana will host it’s inaugural Big Sky Challenge Hike in hopes of raising enough funds to continue providing vital services to those who need us! Reaching your personal summit reminds us that, for those with a brain injury, their daily challenges far surmount our own and will help empower us to challenge our own physical limitations. You will summit alongside others celebrating their amazing and powerful achievement.
The Big Sky Challenge event is designed with a summit for everyone. From a short 0.8 mile hike to a 10.3 mile, how far and how much you do is up to you! Choose from:
Mission Loop – ride the Grizzly Chair lift before enjoying a beautiful 0.8 mile loop at the top! Only 75 spots available for Mission Loop.
Awareness Loop – this single track winds down the front of the mountain along Beargrass Highway, where you can enjoy a 5 mile loop, incredible wildlife and meandering course as it travels through the trees.
Big Sky Challenge Summit – 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 for a total of 10.3 miles!
Virtual Challenge – This is for those that aren’t able to attend the event but want to participate from a distance. The Virtual Challenge is a perfect way for friends and family who can’t attend the event to support the brain injury community. As a virtual hiker you can join a fundraising team or participate as an individual. You’ll have access to the same fundraising tools and prizes available to other challenge participants. You too can support individuals with a brain injury and be a part of this special celebration event. To register simply select “virtual hike” during registration and create your fundraising page. There is no cost to participate in the virtual challenge!
With your help and the help of your friends, we can raise the funds we need to ensure that those who need our help the most, are provided with the services they need, when they need it the most.
Please note all registrations are non-refundable, non-transferrable.
First 50 hikers to register will receive a special gift.
To register, go to:
Or call us at 406-541-6442
Visit us at www.BIAMT.org
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