Congratulations to these 2022 Pacific Crest Trail Thru-Hikers: Part 6

Months on trail have led up to this exact, victorious moment: the final steps on the Pacific Crest Trail. Thru-hikers woke up every morning, either in their tent or in the comfort of a cheap bed in town, and ticked off miles towards their final destination. They hiked through desert, submitted iconic peaks, trekked amongst old growth forests, and crossed countless rivers.

Thru-hiking isn’t easy. It’s not meant to be.

Regardless of the mental and physical challenges hikers inevitably face from spending months on trail, these thru-hikers pushed through and successfully hiked 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada. To everyone who completed the PCT, congratulations! This is an incredible feat that not many can claim as their own. You put in the work, overcame hardships, grew as a person, and completed something grand.

Join us in celebrating these amazing hikers on their accomplishment! Y’all deserve it.

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! ?

PCT Finisher Submission Form

Finish Date: August 13

Finish Date: August 16

Finish Date: August 24

Bad Review & Tour Guide
Finish Date: August 31

LiL’ 5th
Finish Date: August 31

Finish Date: August 31

Finish Date: September 1

Dr. Za
Finish Date: September 2

Finish Date: September 2

Finish Date: September 2

Marathon Man
Finish Date: September 2

Finish Date: September 3

Dim Sum
Finish Date: September 6

Queen Cheese
Finish Date: September 7

Finish Date: September 8

Isa y Marce: The Uruguayan Couple
Finish Date: September 8

Finish Date: September 8

Finish Date: September 9

Finish Date: September 11

Finish Date: September 11

Finish Date: September 13

Finish Date: September 14

Finish Date: September 20

Break Rock
Finish Date: September 26

Finish Date: September 27

Finish Date: October 1

Finish Date: October 4







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