After getting permission from Dale Garland and the Hardrock 100 group, the
original rock for the Hardrock 100 has been saved. It is now sitting under
a new Kiosk here in Silverton. Just today, it was patched back together for
it's final resting place.
The new Kiosk, where the rock has been placed, is almost finished and is
located on the Kendall Mountain Interpretive Trail. This trail is also
known as the Silverton 1000 one mile loop trail and a very small part of it
is actually used for the Hardrock 100. Deb Pero is working on the trail map
that will be placed in the center of the Kiosk but other than that, it is
almost completed. You can now see where the original rock for the Hardrock
100 will be, from now on. You can view the photos on our Silverton
This Kiosk and the one mile loop trail were all built entirely by private
individuals with private funds. No tax dollars, grants or Hardrock 100
funds were used to make this happen.
For this year, all proceeds from our Silverton 1000 Run will go to the
Silverton Ambulance Service & Search & Rescue.
Silverton Special Events <http://www.silvertonspecialevents.com/
Silverton 1000 & 6 Day <http://www.silverton1000.com
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