Terry Peak has been especially busy this week. People from across the country and even from around the globe have made their way to the slopes for Ski for Light.
For 40 years, the Black Hills Ski for Light brings together hundreds of participants and volunteers.
“We have participants from around the upper Midwest, and as far away as Connecticut, Canada, and one participant comes every year from Perth, Australia,” Vice President Black Hills Regional Ski for Light, Bill Young said.
And offers a variety of winter events.
“We have four different venues for Ski for Light, we have cross country skiing, snow shoeing, alpine skiing, and snowmobiling,” Young said.
And a memorable experience for all involved.
“The most wonderful thing about it is the family atmosphere, there are people that have dedicated year after year 40 years of volunteer service to make this happen and lots of fundraising and it is an amazing week for anyone who attends,” Miss Wheelchair America 2019, Karen Roy said.
The Black Hills Ski for Light event wrapped up Thursday.