For Individuals and Groups/Scouts

And now 100 Mile Recognition!

After you finish the first 50, log an additional 50 on different sections and be eligible for the CTC 100-Miler award patch !


CTC’s 50-Miler Award – Debuted September 1, 2006:

This award is designed to promote the individual’s awareness of the Cumberland Trail and result in good personal fitness habits.  The 50-miler award is presented to the individual who meets the following requirements:

  1. Hike 50 miles of the Cumberland Trail; hikes may be of any length, and there is no time limit to accumulating the 50 miles.  However, no segment can be repeated.
  2. Record the hikes, hiking dates, mileage, and condition of trail.
  3. Complete a minimum of 10 hours of service work.  This can include maintenance on trail, campsites, bridges, signing, or other approved projects by the Cumberland Trails Conference (CTC).

Boy/Girl Scouts & Youth Groups must complete the additional requirements:

  1. Help schedule the hikes with your leader, including logistics, gear preparation, and recruitment.
  2. The individual’s leader shall also sign the log, vouching for the individual’s participation.

Awards: Patch and Certificate

Upon completion of the requirements and receipt of the application and $5.00 fee, each participant will be awarded a 50-Miler Patch and a certificate.

Download 50 Miler Application HERE.

Download Hiking Log Sheet HERE.

Download 100 Miler Application HERE.

OR, The Application and Log Sheet can be obtained by contacting the CTC Office:    ctcoffice2014@gmail.com

Cumberland Trails Conference
409 Thurman Ave, Suite 102
Crossville, TN 38555
Email questions to: ctcoffice2014@gmail.com

931-456-6259

CTC – 100 Miler Award Recipients

Who will be first?

CTC – 50 Miler Award Recipients

June 28, 2007 – Walt Cygan – Germantown, TN

September 6, 2007 – Gary Ruetenik – Fairfield Glade, TN

September 6, 2007 – Don Taylor – Mount Juliet, TN

September 6, 2007 – Don Hazel – Fairfield Glade, TN

February 8, 2008 – Judy Varner – Dunlap, TN

September 5, 2008 – Brandy Selman – Soddy Daisy, TN

September 5, 2008 – Jan Agee – Soddy Daisy, TN

February 8, 2009 – Kelly Stewart – Old Hickory, TN

March 18, 2009 – Cindy Johnson – Antioch, TN

May 20, 2009 – Eve Proper – Nashville, TN

August 18, 2009 – Lora Smith – Graysville, TN

August 19, 2009 – Levonn Hubbard – Crossville, TN

December 3, 2009 – Craig McBride – Unionville, TN

December 3, 2009 – Marshall King – Unionville, TN

May 7, 2010 – Scott A. Howell – Chattanooga, TN

August 4, 2011 – Curt Thomas – Crossville, TN 

December 16, 2011 – Cheryl Heckler – Crossville, TN 

December 16, 2011 – Marcy Tucker – Crossville, TN

January 27, 2012 – Robertson(Bob) McGavock- Hixson, TN

April 20, 2012 – Raymond “Rain Man” Myers – Nashville, TN

November 7, 2012 – Caroline Woerner – Signal Mtn, TN

May 7, 2013 – Neal Richardson – Lancing, TN

July 11, 2013 – Larry T. Hill – Soddy Daisy, TN

October 29, 2013 – Mark DeMonbreun – Nashville, TN

November 9, 2013 – George R. Bonneau – Hixson, TN

December 27, 2013 – Shauna Wilson – Dunlap, TN

January 22, 2014 – Che Carico – Signal Mountain, TN

January 22, 2014 – Debbie Lambert – Signal Mountain, TN

January 22, 2014 – Gwen Brimer – Signal Mountain, TN

January 22, 2014 – John Rowland

January 22, 2014 – Patti Giles

January 22, 2014 – Pete Rittenberry – Signal Mountain, TN

January 22, 2014 – Ray Myers

January 22, 2014 – Renee Grace – Sale Creek, TN

January 22, 2014 – Stormy McGauley – Chattanooga, TN

January 22, 2014 – Suzanne Dorough – Signal Mountain, TN

January 22, 2014 – Trish Appleton – Soddy Daisy, TN

January 22, 2014 – Val Hargis – Soddy Daisy, TN

February 27, 2014 – Scott Anshuetz – Dunlap, TN 

March 10, 2015 – Timothy Mailliard – Hixson, TN

March 10, 2015 – Rochelle LeGare – Hixon, TN

March 19, 2015 – Jeanne Fitch – Cookeville, TN

March 19, 2015 – J. Stephen Bryant – Cookeville, TN

November 3, 2015 – Jameson Miller – Hixson, TN

November 3, 2015 – Ashley Miller – Hixson, TN

April 26, 2016 – Tom Goodpasture – Clinton, TN

June 7, 2016 – Robert Connor – Nashville, TN

November 3, 2016 – Teresa Dean – Hixson, TN

April 28, 2017 – Joseph Broome, Madison, TN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BOY SCOUTS, GIRL SCOUTS, ROTARY AND OTHER COMMUNITY GROUPS OFTEN WORK ON TRAIL BUILDING PROJECTS
Building the Cumberland Trail is a grassroots effort, driven by the communities along the trail and hikers from all over the US, in partnership with the State of Tennessee.  This very successful private/public partnership is a model often cited to demonstrate the power of volunteerism.  Volunteering brings benefits to both society at large and the individual volunteer.  The dedicated efforts of Cumberland Trail volunteers are responsible for completing over  200 miles of trail so far.The Cumberland Trails Conference has established an extensive infrastructure of programs and trail training workshops in order to bring a wide range of organizations and individuals into our volunteer ranks.  Please contact us at ctcoffice2014@gmail.com if you or your organization are interested in participating in building the Cumberland Trail. Programs need more than trail building muscle.  We need cooks, bridge builders, sign makers, organizers, photographers, educators, mapmakers, etc.  We need donations of food, building materials, tools, equipment, and money.  Volunteers make it happen!
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