Hikers and trail runners can take advantage of an early bird registration discount by signing up before July 1st for the Seventh Annual Keystone Trails Association (KTA) Susquehanna Super Hike and Ultra Trail Run.
The 25k/ 50k “Super Hike” is a daunting trail challenge event for adventurous trail runners and hikers on the wild river hills of the lower Susquehanna Gorge. The event follows the Mason-Dixon and Conestoga trails, and showcases the lower Susquehanna Gorge’s breathtaking vistas, deep ravines, and scenic hollows.
KTA Executive Director Joe Neville said: “KTA’s Super Hike early bird registration offers hikers and trail runners a fantastic opportunity to receive the discounted fee of only $80 (50k) or $55 (25k)! On July 1, the registration fee will rise to $95 (50k) or $65 (25k). The “Super Hike” is limited to 600 participants. With significant climbs and a total elevation change of 8,394 feet, the Susquehanna Super Hike and Ultra Trail Run is a demanding and challenging course that requires participants to be both mentally and physically fit.”
Pre-registration is required. This year, Registration for both the 50K and 25K will close at midnight on Tuesday, September 8. There will be no event-day registrations.
More information about the Susquehanna Super Hike and Ultra Trail Run and the preview hikes is available online at www.kta-hike.org.
Keystone Trails Association is a federation of membership organizations and individuals dedicated to providing, preserving, protecting and promoting recreational hiking trails and hiking opportunities in Pennsylvania. KTA also represents and advocates for the interests and concerns of the Pennsylvania hiking community.