The BOAR an HRDC Event

Go HARDCORE for The Blueprint Obstacle Adventure Race more commonly known as, THE BOAR!

On Saturday, August 20th HRDC, and a talented volunteer race committee will host a 5K & 1K race to support and spread awareness of HRDC's Blueprint Continuum that works to address youth experiencing homelessness in our communities. It is a family-friendly, team-oriented event. It will be open to all ability levels and will challenge team members to problem-solve and overcome obstacles together.

Experience The BOAR

5K Race

The 5K is an obstacle race designed to test your mental and physical strength and challenge team members to problem-solve and overcome obstacles together. It will start and finish at Glen Lake Rotary Park (formerly East Gallatin Recreation Area). There will be prizes. Competitive heats will be available.

AGE-BASED PRICING:
(0-5 year-olds=$0) (6-10 year-olds=$25) (11-17 year-olds= $35) (18-60 year-olds=$40) (61 and up=$35)

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1K Race

The 1K is a unique opportunity for individuals of all abilities to participate in an obstacle race.  People with developmental and mobility disabilities are welcome.  We want everyone in our community to experience The BOAR and we are working hard to design obstacles to be inclusive to most abilities. There will be a diversity of prizes.

AGE-BASED PRICING:
(0-5 year-olds=$0) (6-10 year-olds=$25) (11-17 year-olds= $35) (18-60 year-olds=$40) (61 and up=$35)

Register Now!

Find out more about HRDC's programs supporting youth experiencing homelessness.

Race Map

Check out all the obstacles!

We are proud to offer 19 Obstacles for the 5K and 9 Obstacles for the 1K

Race Map

Parking

Race Day details will be coming soon! Please check back later.

Parking Map

Your adventure begins!

Become a Sponsor

The BOAR is generously supported by community partners. For more information on how to be a sponsor, see our sponsor page or contact Emma at ehamburg@thehrdc.org or call (406) 585-4853.

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