Winter Fun Abounds in Medora this December

On the first day of Christmas, Medora gave to me! 3 days of Cowboy Christmas, 2 nights of A Magical Medora Christmas, and one Bold St. Nick’s Fatbike Race!

December in Medora is packed with fun family activities, great shows, and a mountain bike race! Yea that’s right, a mountain bike race! Read on to get all the details on a jam-packed December in Medora!

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Bold St. Nicks Winter Fatbike Race

Our friends at Experience Land have created the ultimate winter bike race!

The Bold St. Nicks’s Winter Fatbike Race will be held on December 17 from NOON to 4pm MDT. Whether you’re on Bold St. Nick’s Naughty List or Nice List, you will experience the world-famous Maah Daah Hey trail like few bikers have…FROZEN!

With a traditional holiday-style dinner, award ceremony, and lots of really fun winter-time activities for the whole family. It will feel like Christmas came early for the whole family! HO, HO, HO!
GET ALL THE DETAILS HERE!
 

Friday December 16th (MST)

12:00pm  –  Volunteers meet to make final preparation to the racecourse (all welcome)
5:00pm    –  Volunteers meet at Boots Bar and Grill for a free round of beers

Saturday December 17th (MST)

9:00am     –  Racer Packet Pickup opens at Badlands Pizza Saloon  (3rd Ave, Medora, ND 58645)
11:30am    –  Packet Pickup closes
11:45am    –  Racer Meeting at the starting line by the fire pits
12:00am    –  Final words
12:00pm   –  Race starts for all the “NAUGHTY” and “REINDEER TEAM” riders
1:00pm     –  FREE Horse and carriage rides, FREE cookie decorating & eating
3:00pm     –  Race starts for all the “NICE” riders (horse and carriage rides end)
4:00pm     –  Race is over
4:30pm     –  Award Ceremony
5:00pm     –  Dinner, music, and social hour
6:30pm     –  Badlands Pizza & Saloon close
7:00pm     –  Family Movie Night!  Showing The Grinch staring Jim […]

Bison Roundup Set to Begin at Theodore Roosevelt National Park

MEDORA, ND – A bison roundup is scheduled for the week of October 16 at the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

For safety reasons, this operation will be closed ot the public, but media are invited to cover the story. Most of the roundup will take place October 17 through 19. The best photographic opportunities will likely be on October 18 and 19. In order to ensure human and animal safety, media representatives must be escorted while at the site. It is recommended that you call the park at 701-623-4466 after 8:00 a.m. MDT on the day you plan to attend the roundup before leaving your office to ensure the operation has not been postponed or changed due to weather or other issues. […]