Congratulations to these 2022 Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikers: Part 11

Ah, the Appalachian Trail. One of America’s most iconic trails. The AT spans 2190 miles through fourteen states and along the crests and valleys of the Appalachian Mountain Range. The trail is typically started from the southern terminus at Springer Mountain, Georgia, and finishes at the northern terminus at Katahdin, Maine.

That’s right! Fourteen states. 2200 miles. Months and months on trail. Countless pots of ramen consumed.

Thru-hiking the AT is an incredible accomplishment that these hikers worked towards and have successfully completed. Blisters, multiple pairs of shoes, permadirt, and a distinct “hiker smell” has come to characterize their time on trail. They pushed through and overcame several challenges that the trail threw at them. Regardless of the how tough and challenging the trail was, they finished and were rewarded with the final photo atop of Katahdin.

Join us in celebrating the recent AT thru-hike finishers. Congratulations on your finish, y’all! This is a well deserved victory!

Have you recently completed your thru-hike on the AT? Let us know and be featured in our next Finishers post. You deserve to be celebrated!

AT Finisher Submission Form

Old Stag
Finish Date: August 8

Great Dane
Finish Date: August 21

Mary Poppins
Finish Date: August 27

Finish Date: September 10

Little Spoon
Finish Date: September 12

Double Trouble
Finish Date: September 13

Finish Date: September 18

Finish Date: September 23

Finish Date: September 24

Mother Hen
Finish Date: September 25

Finish Date: September 25

Finish Date: September 25

Finish Date: September 27

Lil Fizz
Finish Date: September 30

Finish Date: October 1

Finish Date: October 3

Sky King and Golden Goddess
Finish Date: October 5

Jelly Thief
Finish Date: October 6

Finish Date: October 8




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