Charleston 100

27 December 2020
Charleston, South Carolina, USA
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161 KM
1 day
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Difficulty:    Intermediate
ENTRY FEE:    60 USD

First ever Charleston 100 Miler!

Join us for a run across some of the most beautiful parts of Charleston County, SC, and have bragging rights that you crossed the whole county!

The 100 mile route will start at the Edisto River, follow Highway 17 to the West Ashley Greenway, go around the Charleston peninsula, over the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge , through Mount Pleasant’s Old Village, around Sullivan’s Island and Isle of Palms, up Highway 17 past Awendaw and McClellanville and finish at the Santee River!

Please note that this is a self supported, non sanctioned event.

Roads will be open and you will need to get to the starting line and have transportation at the finish line to get home. There are plenty of gas stations, restaurants, parks and bars along this route to refuel. Of course you are welcome to sucker, I mean talk, your friends into crewing for you as well.

Meet at the Edisto River crossing into Charleston County on Hwy 17 at 12:00pm (December 28, 2018) to be part of this event. Again, runners will be responsible for getting to the starting line, finish line and eventually home.

There is no charge for this event, because this is an self supported, non sanctioned event.

Please note: if you finish and want a sick Charleston 100 buckle you will only need to pay for the actual cost of the buckle ($60 – I paid for the casting fees)

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