Cameron Hanes is an American bowhunter, author, and fitness enthusiast, born on October 2, 1967, in Eugene, Oregon. He is known for his extreme endurance challenges, which he uses to push the limits of human performance and promote a healthy lifestyle.
Hanes began bowhunting at a young age and quickly became passionate about the sport. He has since become one of the most prominent figures in the bowhunting community, using his platform to advocate for conservation efforts and promote the ethical treatment of animals.
In addition to his work as a bowhunter, Hanes is also an accomplished athlete. He regularly participates in ultramarathons, triathlons, and other endurance events, often completing them while carrying a heavy pack or wearing hunting gear.
Hanes is the author of the book “Backcountry Bowhunting: A Guide to the Wild Side,” which offers tips and advice for bowhunters seeking to challenge themselves in remote wilderness areas. He is also a sought-after speaker and has given talks on hunting, fitness, and perseverance around the world.
Hanes has a large following on social media, where he frequently shares photos and videos from his hunting and fitness adventures. He is widely respected in the hunting and outdoor communities for his dedication to ethical hunting practices and his commitment to living a healthy, active lifestyle.