Welcome to the 2019 Southeast Ultimate Hike on the Foothills Trail

Saturday, November 9, 2019 - 28.3 Miles

Train in Asheville, NC, Charleston, SC, Chattanooga, TN, Knoxville, TN,Nashville, TN, Savannah, GA or on your own


Total Raised by
Southeast Supporters:
$0.00

About the Ultimate Hike

Hiking since 2011, Ultimate Hike is the original 28.3 mile endurance event on the Foothills Trail, and the only hiking event to take on children's cancer. You will hike 28.3 miles, primarily in South Carolina, while you help raise money towards finding a cure for children's cancer, the leading cause of death by disease in children.

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How to Get Started

If this is your first time hiking with us, please follow the steps below. If you are an Ultimate Hike alumni, you can skip to Step 2.


Step 1:
Attend an Information Session

You are highly encouraged to join us for an in-person or phone information session to learn more about the program before you register for Ultimate Hike.

Step 2:
Register

At registration, each hiker is provided their own online fundraising and training portal with everything you need for hiking and fundraising success.

Step 3:
Fundraise

Every Ultimate Hiker makes a commitment to raise funds to help fund children's cancer research. A fully equipped support team will be with you every step of the way to help you reach your goal.

Step 4:
Hike

Ultimate Hike is more than a hike - it's a weekend adventure, an achievement of a lifetime, and a chance to find cures for cancer's youngest fighters.

Our Sponsors

Interested in becoming a sponsor? View our sponsorship opportunities for more information.

News and Upcoming Events

**Please note that 2019 Ultimate Hike dates, trails, and distances are pending permit availability. Thanks for your patience as we work through the permitting process. 


This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

This institution is operated under special use permit with the Sumter National Forest.