Click HERE to learn more about and register for the 2023 hiking marathon!
The marathon runs the entire month of September, in which you have 30 days to complete this year’s trails.
Hike 26.2 miles individually, or in small groups over one month at your own pace!
Each year, the Friends of the Trails specially select a set of trails on the Cumberland Plateau.
If you participate in at least one trail, you can get a free t-shirt at the Hit the Trails Festival in October.
If you finish the marathon, you get a shirt and a patch.
Register a dog with you, and the dog will get a bandana!
Don’t feel that you can complete 26.2 miles? Try the half-marathon (13.1 miles) or the 10K Challenge (6.3 miles)!
You can download a log-sheet to record your progress, as the marathon is completed on the honor system.
On January 11th, the Cumberland County Health Department participated in #WearBlueDay for National Human Trafficking Awareness!
Mayor Foster was recently in Cookeville to accept the 2022 Upper Cumberland Development District Community of the Year award on behalf of Cumberland County.
Mayor foster states, “The Upper Cumberland is made up of 14 outstanding counties that provide the best places in the state, and arguably in the United States, to live and work. This award is the culmination of teamwork across Cumberland County and the City of Crossville governments, along with support from our state and federal legislators. I’m proud to be the County Mayor in a community that works together to enhance opportunities for growth and sustained success while keeping the things that make it our hometown.”
Cumberland County’s very own Military Memorial Museum has been chosen as the Sight of the Week by the editors of Roadside America!
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Visit the link below to checkout the museum’s feature!