ULTRA SUPERIOR is a true story set in the rugged trails of the Superior National Forest in Northern Minnesota, USA. As the royalties of this book are donated to the organization charged with maintaining and building the Superior Hiking Trails, S.H.T.A., buying your copy(s) directly supports this historic endeavor.
Superior National Forest is bordered on its Eastern side by Lake Superior, the largest of the inland fresh water oceans on the globe. The combination of these two natural wonders creates a unique vision that was first immortalized in the 1855 poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, “The Song of Hiawatha.” Hiking and running the trails expertly laid out by the Superior Hiking Trail Association puts one right in the midst of the lyrics he penned: “Dark behind it rose the forest,/ Rose the black and gloomy pine-trees,/ Rose the firs with cones upon them,/ Bright before it beat the water/, Beat the clear and sunny water,/ Beat the shining Big-Sea-Water.”
The story of ULTRA SUPERIOR developed as a true tale of preparation and competition in the Superior Ultra Trail Runs for a solitary but determined runner, runner #528; A mystic chain of events, though, overwhelms #528 and yields realizations and discoveries that will last the ages. These lessons are available for discovery by all who read ULTRA SUPERIOR along with one’s own realizations when enjoying The Superior National Forest and Lake Superior, compelling a vista venture into their mystic magnetism.
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