WINTER blast



Retreat, refocus, and recharge in the most beautiful place in Montana. Located in the middle of the Beartooth Mountains, BCC exists to provide a place for people to encounter God’s love and grace in an environment full of beauty and free of distraction.

Winter Blast is a weekend for students to get away, disconnect from life’s stresses and pressures, and authentically connect with friends, creation, and God.  Worship, learn, and engage in meaningful conversations about life and God.  Have a blast participating in crazy awesome activities including horseback-riding, archery-tag, sledding, laser-tag, Grog, and so much more.

Winter Blast is a perfect fit for youth groups looking for a winter retreat for their students and serves as an incredible catalyst for spiritual growth for students as well. Checkout the video above to see just how much fun we have at Winter Blast!

F.A.Q. for WinterBlast

Q: Where will students be staying for the weekend?
A: Campers will be housed in heated cabins and dorms. No one will be staying in tents.

Q: What should my student bring for the weekend?
AThere is a packing list on this page with a detailed list of items to bring for the weekend.

Q: How will students be housed for the weekend with both middle school and high school students on property?
AMiddle school students and high school students will be housed by gender (boys & girls), by the church or youth group they’re affiliated with, and by age (grades 6-8 and grades 9-12).  If a camper is not affiliated with a specific church or youth group they will be placed with campers of their same gender and grade.

Q: Who is speaking at WinterBlast?
A: Our speakers for WinterBlast are Chad Landrum and Brandon Anderson from Harvest Church in Billings, MT. They lead Harvest’s youth ministry.  Caleb Hamilton, BCC’s Church Relations Coordinator, will also be speaking at WinterBlast.

QWhat all is there to do during WinterBlast?
A: A plethora of activites will be available for students to participate in ranging from laser tag, black light dodgeball, sledding (weather permitting), archery tag, trail rides, and more. And for students who are just wanting to chill and relax there will be hot cocoa, cards, and space for them to connect with their friends and youth leaders.


Retreat, refocus, and recharge at Winter Blast!