HIGH PLAINS REGIONAL RENDEZVOUS
THE ORIGINAL HIGH PLAINS REGIONAL RENDEZVOUS
The Original High Plains Regional Rendezvous is an annual event held within its five member states: South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, North Dakota and Minnesota. Each year, a week long event recreates the fur trade era from 1700 to 1840.
You Never Know what you might see
2024 HPRR, FLYING BISON CANYON, MINNEAPOLIS, KS
We invite everyone to attend the 2024 HPRR in north-central Kansas and enjoy the beauty and history of the Flying Bison Canyon in the historic Pipe Creek Valley. The Pipe Creek Valley has been a travel and hunting corridor between the Republican River and the Solomon River for over 10,000 years. Artifacts and sites show a native presence on Pipe Creek from the late paleo period through to the horse cultures of the plains. Flying Bison Canyon is named for a feature at the north end of the canyon. A crude stone fence ending in a 25ft cliff we think is a bison jump kill site. The High Plains Regional Rendezvous is a family friendly pre-1840 Rendezvous. All camps, accoutrements, clothing and trade goods are required to be representative of the pre-1840 Fur Trade Era.