2020 Uwharrie Half Hike


Due to the threat of COVID-19, the 2nd Annual Uwharrie Trail Half Hike has been rescheduled for May 30-31st. 

This hike is designed to introduce new hikers to the Uwharrie Trail. We will cover approximately 10 miles per day. For new hikers, there will be experienced hikers to help encourage and guide you along the trail.

Registration for the Half Hike is $55.00.

 Each participant will receive a one-year membership to Three Rivers Land Trust. You will also receive a commemorative t-shirt with your registration.

*Refunds are not available for this event*



Have you heard of the Uwharrie Trail?


At 40 miles, it is the longest single-track footpath in central North Carolina. Three Rivers Land Trust and other conservation partners have been working for the past 20 years to reconnect this trail, and thanks to these efforts it can now be hiked in its 40-mile entirety. This Uwharrie Trail is known for its cultural and natural significance, including such unique features as old gold mines, rare plants and wildlife, ghost stories, and more. Join us for an awesome backpacking trip through some of the oldest mountains in the world, as we pay tribute to the trailblazers and uncover the secrets of the past.


Half Hike Info

The 2nd annual Uwharrie Trail Half Hike, hosted by the Uwharrie Chapter of Three Rivers Land Trust, will take place April 4th and 5th. It will be a fun filled weekend of hiking, fellowship, campfire talks, and supporting conversation in the Uwharries.

The route will be NEW this year!

Participants will park, check-in,  and start at 24/27 trailhead.
Route: Dutchman’s creek to Yates place for camping on day one. Uwharrie Trail back to 24/27 trailhead on day two.

We look forward to seeing you at the trail!



If you have questions or would like to discuss sponsorship opportunities please contact Michael Fulk or by phone at 704-647-0302.