Congrats to These 2019 Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikers: September 19 – September 25
Congratulations to all of the incredible 2019 finishers out there! Whether it is your first thru, or you’ve added another notch to your long-distance-backpacking belt, your accomplishment deserves to be celebrated. We’ll do our part by showcasing finishers throughout the season. This post contains finishers whose photos were received by September 25.
Whether you’re NOBO, SOBO, flip-flopping, or completing your thru-hike after years of section hiking, we want to feature you. Send your finish photo along with trail name, start date, finish date, Instagram handle, and any other relevant info to [email protected] and we will include it in our roundup.
Tiny and Workshop
March 20 – August 20
“We met on a cross country bicycle trip 3 years ago (shout out to https://bikeandbuild.org/ ) and have been looking for our next adventure ever since. When we told people we were planning on hiking the trail almost everyone said the same thing: By the end of it you’ll either never want to talk to each other again, or you’ll be getting married. I think our summit photo speaks for itself. ”
March 12 – September 3
March 13 – September 10
April 9 – September 13
March 23 – September 17
Prairie Dog and MacGyver
@rlmarstellar and @burr.oak
April 7 – September 18
March 27 – September 18
April 6 – September 22
“Took a vacation from my thruhike… to hike Tour du Mont Blanc. Shakes head. Happy to have two sweet hikes in one summer.”
The Honeymooners: Snake Charmer and Badass Butterfly
@unfilteredexplorations and @life_pb_adventure
April 22 – September 22
“We started just after noon on April 22, 2019 when we said “I do” and walked through the arch at Amicalola Falls. We finished just before noon on September 22, 2019 when we reached the summit of Katahdin”
April 14 – September 23
“Flip flop thru hike. Harpers Ferry to Katahdin, then Harpers Ferry to Springer. ”
Drop Sticks and Tramily
April 1 – September 25
The tramily includes: Sweet Life (blue jacket), Buttahz (red jacket), Drop Sticks (white shirt), Pusher (baseball cap), and Puma (sitting).
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