Congratulations to these 2023 Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikers: Part 2

Embarking on the iconic Appalachian Trail – a 2,190-mile journey that weaves through the heart of America’s wilderness, traversing fourteen states along the contours of the Appalachian Mountain Range – is a monumental endeavor that only a certain type of human chooses to undertake.

For these intrepid souls, the trail became a realm of challenge and triumph, where each step carried the weight of resilience and perseverance. The trail led these hikers through scorching sun and bone-chilling rain, demanding sweat, blisters, and a parade of worn-out shoes, all while they forged unforgettable bonds with their trail families. Standing atop Katahdin was the ultimate prize and a testament to their unwavering dedication to overcoming adversities and emerging victorious.

So, let’s congratulate these triumphant 2023 Appalachian Trail thru-hikers, celebrating their feat as an inspiration to all who hope to take on the AT in the future.

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!

2023 AT Thru-Hiker Photo Submission

Finish Date: April 2

Mountain Goat
Finish Date: June 11

@luke_f_ 4
Finish Date: June 30

Captain Chaos
Finish Date: July 17

Finish Date: July 17

Boxer Mom
Finish Date: July 22

Dr. Pepper
Finish Date: July 22

Fire Hoser
Finish Date: July 22

Pay It Forward
Finish Date: July 22

Finish Date: July 23

Finish Date: July 24

Finish Date: July 26

Finish Date: August 2

Finish Date: August 5

Finish Date: August 7

Finish Date: August 9

Mountain Turtle
Finish Date: August 12

Finish Date: August 12


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