More than three hundred people flooded the sidewalks in downtown Rapid City Saturday morning.
The walk was sponsored by The American Heart Association and is meant to bring awareness to heart disease and stroke.
Walkers began in Main Street Square with a zumba warm up, and many booths including free screenings by Rapid City Regional Health.
Their goal this year was to raise money for the cause and promote the importance of early screenings.
Dale Gisi Chairman of the Heart Walk, says everyone knows someone effected by heart disease.
"They're very excited, there's teams that get excited, they love to honor the people that have survived or maybe even honor the people that have died because of heart disease," says Gisi.
Walkers could pick between two routes, one that's three miles or a shorter one mile loop.