Congrats to These 2018 Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikers! (Week of Sep. 27)

We’re in the thick of September AND summit season! A huge round of applause for these brand-spanking-new thru-hikers!

Whether you’re going northbound, southbound, or flip-flopping, we want to feature the photo of you crossing the finish line! This week contains photos submitted by hikers who have finished by Sept. 26, 2018.

Want to be included? Send your finish photo, trail name, and finish date to [email protected]

Calling all 2018 AT Hikers: Help future classes of hikers by sharing your experiences through the 2018 Appalachian Trail Thru-Hiker Survey below!

Fill out the 2018 AT Survey HERE

 

Trail Name: Spamtown

Summit Date: Sept. 13, 2018


Trail Name: Bernie

Summit Date: Sept. 16, 2018


Trail Name: Moss

Summit Date: Sept. 16, 2018


Trail Names: Foxy and Oops

Summit Date: Sept. 20, 2018


Trail Name: Stretch

Summit Date: Sept. 13, 2018


Trail Name: Professor

Summit Date: Aug. 31, 2018


Trail Name: Pinecone

Summit Date:  Sept. 17, 2018


Trail Name: Bumblebee

Summit Date: Sept. 20, 2018


Trail Name: Bluejay

Summit Date: Sept. 17, 2018


Trail Name: Spud

Summit Date: Sept. 17, 2018


Trail Name: Blade

Summit Date: Sept. 24, 2018


Trail Names (Left to Right): Blade, Skywater, Jackrabbit, Stumbles, Captain shepherd, Will in motion, Playmaker, Pika, and P-dubb

Summit Date: Sept. 24, 2018


Trail Name: Orlando

Summit Date: Sept. 16, 2018


Trail Name: E-Street

Summit Date: Sept. 17, 2018


Trail Name: Pika

Summit Date: Sept. 24, 2018

Fill out the 2018 AT Survey HERE

Affiliate Disclosure

This website contains affiliate links, which means The Trek may receive a percentage of any product or service you purchase using the links in the articles or advertisements. The buyer pays the same price as they would otherwise, and your purchase helps to support The Trek's ongoing goal to serve you quality backpacking advice and information. Thanks for your support!

To learn more, please visit the About This Site page.

Comments 1

  • Avatar
    vanphongdepgiare.com : Oct 26th

    Everything typed was actually very logical.
    But, think about this, suppose you added a little information? I am not suggesting your content isn’t solid., but what if you added a title that grabbed folk’s attention?
    I mean Congrats to These 2018 Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikers!
    (Week of Sep. 27) – The Trek is kinda plain. You might peek at
    Yahoo’s front page and see how they create news titles to get people interested.
    You might add a related video or a picture or two to get readers interested about everything’ve written. In my opinion, it could bring your posts a little livelier.

    Reply

What Do You Think?