War Hammer 100 Mile Endurance Run
Running: 100 Mile Trail Run (Ultra)
December 31st, 1969
The War Hammer 100 Mile Endurance Run is a Running race in Slade, Kentucky consisting of a 100 Mile Trail Run (Ultra).
Chief Blackfish of the Shawnee gave Daniel Boone the nickname Sheltowee. The name meant Big Turtle presumably because of Boone's tendency to hike long distances wearing a backpack. Today the Daniel Boone National Forest cuts across central and eastern Kentucky like a green carpet, and the Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail is the backbone of that forest stretching 323 miles from Tennessee to Morehead, Kentucky. Next Opportunity is now giving you the chance to take a once in a lifetime journey along the Sheltowee Trace with the War Hammer 100 Mile Endurance Run. The War Hammer 100 starts at the Natural Bridge State Park in the beautifully lushKeep Readingnextopportunityevents.com View Course Map
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