Friday, August 2, 2013

Get ready for 11th annual Big Nasty Hill Climb

     For all of you motorcycle and 4-wheeler enthusiasts, gear up for the 11th Annual Big Nasty Hill Climb on Sept. 13, which is being billed as the biggest and baddest yet.
    Set in the desert of New Plymouth at Big Willow Creek, the Big Nasty Hill Climb is a competition of will and motor power as competitors try to climb a 450-foot semi-pro hill.
    Last year, the Big Nasty Hill Climb saw over 13,000 in attendance for the weekend as well as 748 entries.
    The Big Nasty Hill Climb has changed its admission ticket options for 2013.  There are two types of tickets - Multi-Day (good for all three days) and Sunday-Only for adults, senior/military and kids.
    Note that Kids 6-12 are $5 for the entire weekend and kids aged five and under are free.  
    Along with the hill climb, there will be a snowmobile grass drag. Some of these sleds, skis and all, can hit over 130 mph, racing through the grass.

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