Are you ready to take the 100 Miles Choccolocco Challenge?
March 23, 2023
(Talladega, AL) City Manager Seddrick Hill Sr. announced that the City of Talladega is teaming up with Choccolocco Creek Watershed and 100 Alabama Miles to challenge residents to earn some or all of their miles in the Choccolocco Creek Watershed, which encompasses approximately 500 square miles in Calhoun, Clay, Cleburne, and Talladega Counties. The challenge is designed to inspire regional communities to lead active and healthy lifestyles while exploring stunning and scenic watershed areas.
“The City of Talladega is committed to making our community a better place to live, work, play and visit. The 100 Miles Challenge enhances our efforts by broadening awareness of great sites in and near our city,” said City Manager Seddrick Hill Sr. “We are proud to partner with Choccolocco Creek Watershed and others who are working together to promote tourism and good health in Alabama.”
Choccolocco Creek Watershed Programs Coordinator Christy Cochran said, “We want to thank the City of Talladega for being a 100 Choccolocco Miles Challenge Sponsor. The hope is to get people out in the watershed to promote outdoor recreation and encourage healthier lifestyles.”
Program participants are encouraged to hike, bike, swim, paddle, walk, run, ride, or roll 100 miles while visiting some of the many wonderful destination spots the Choccolocco Creek Watershed and contributory communities have to offer.
Everyone who registers at CCW, will receive a list of CCW "destination spots” and a CCW sign to use while capturing watershed adventures. Registered participants who document their miles and send a destination spot photo of each adventure will also earn milestone swag.
Participants may also visit https://100alabamamiles.org/ to register for the 100 Alabama Miles.