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Using the Range

Before using the range, make sure you are familiar with the Range Rules.

Next, give yourself a visual tour by looking at a lovely map one of our Australian friends created.

In addition to the Practice Range by the parking lot, BHU provides a Field Course of 32 targets placed in the canyons and on the hills here. Shooting the Full 32 targets takes well over an hour and can take much longer depending on the number of shooters, your physical shape and how fast you want to move.

If you want to shoot a shorter course, we have created some recommended routes and provided some estimated times to complete them. The times for these routs are for two Adult shooters with each person shooting two (2) arrows. If you have more people, want to shoot more arrows, or have kids (especially if you have kids!) allow more time.

All the routes listed here are based on the map and all targets are clearly numbered on their "sheds". The routes listed here are from shortest to longest.

During the Summer and Autumn, bring water if you are doing any of the longer routes.

  • Over the Top
    • Start at Target #29
    • Four Targets (#29-32) and back to the lower parking lot
    • 20-30 minutes
    • Fairly steep initial climb
  • The Bee Tree A
    • Start at Target #1
    • Targets 1, 2, 22 (Bee Tree) 26, 27, 28 back to the Parking lot
    • 7 total targets
    • About 1 mile walking
    • Some Climbing
  • The Bee Tree B
    • Start at Target #1
    • Targets 1, 2 Bee tree and down 22 - 28
    • 9 Total Targets
    • 1.25 Miles
    • More Climbing
  • Both Sides of the Canyon A
    • Start at 1
    • Targets 1-12 then down to the Target #21 and around
    • 13 Targets Total
    • 2.25 Miles
    • Lots of Climbing
  • Both Sides of the Canyon B
    • Start at Target #1
    • Targets 1-17 then down to the 21 and around
    • 22 Targets
    • Lots of Climbing
  • The Whole Enchilada
    • Start at 1
    • Targets 1-32
    • 3.5 miles total
    • Lots of Climbing
    • Bring Water and Snacks
    • 2+ hours

If you are a little uncertain or want some company feel free to ask a member to take you around the course.

More questions? E-mail the Range Master.

Range Map