Congratulations to these 2022 Pacific Crest Trail Thru-Hikers: Part 2

2650 miles, 3 states, 26 national forests, 7 national parks, and countless ramen bombs later, these Pacific Crest Trail thru-hikers successfully trekked from Mexico to Canada. Making it to the northern terminus is merely dream when they take their first few steps on trail. It’s a goal that they work towards each and every day. These thru-hikers battled blisters, drought, raging forest fires, and several other obstacles that pushed them past their comfort zones. The took a dream and turned it into a hard-fought reality. Making it to Canada is a win: a win that they can carry with them for the rest of their lives.

Join us in congratulating these incredible hikers on their accomplishment. It was well-earned and you deserve to be celebrated!

Did you recently complete a thru-hike of the PCT? Fill out the form below to be featured in our next PCT Finishers Series post. We’d love to celebrate you! ?

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Hot Wheelz
Finish Date: August 10

Finish Date: August 10

Finish Date: August 17

Finish Date: August 23


Not Yet
Finish Date: August 24

Finish Date: August 27

Finish Date: August 30

Finish Date: August 30

Captain Planet
Finish Date: August 31

Finish Date: August 31


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Comments 12

  • Dorothea Thoene : Oct 4th

    Sunrise and Hotwheelz, what are your backpacks? The purple-black ones? You are using?
    Amazing achievement!!! Sunrise, lived your post about ending up using trail running shoes. Very helpful advice
    Happy life for you all. Doro

  • Neighbor : Nov 14th

    Doro –
    It looks like Sunrise is using a ULA Circuit and Hotwheelz has a Northern Ultralight Sundown.


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