Congratulations to these 2022 Pacific Crest Trail Thru-Hikers: Part 8

From the moment Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) thru-hikers take their first steps on trail, they are already dreaming about that victorious moment at the Northern Terminus in Canada (or however far they can get along the trail this season due to the fires). Every day, they wake up and tick off miles towards their final destination. It’s a challenging adventure that requires hikers to push through adversity and remain resilient when times are tough. It’s a freeing experience where hikers immerse themselves in a world that is drastically different from the “norm” and brings out a unique happiness that only a life in the woods can.

Completing the PCT is an incredible feat. It’s a journey that these following hikers will be able to revel in for the rest of their lives. Join us in celebrating these PCT finishers on their accomplishment! Congratulations, everyone. You earned it.

Did you recently finish thru-hiking the PCT? Fill out the form below for a chance to be featured in our next Pacific Crest Trail Finisher Series. You deserve to be celebrated!

PCT Finisher Submission Form

Momma Cow
Finish Date: August 25

Tourniquet and Monte Cristo
Finish Date: August 30

Finish Date: September 2

Old Yeller
Finish Date: September 7

Lost Boy
Finish Date: September 8

Finish Date: September 21

Finish Date: September 21

Finish Date: September 25

Finish Date: October 1

Finish Date: October 2

Finish Date: October 4

Finish Date: October 4

Steamy & Panty Pirate
Finish Date: October 9

Finish Date: October 9

Scorpion Queen
Finish Date: October 17

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