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2017 Warrior Expeditions Thru-Hiker Matt and service dog Freedom take a break in Shenandoah National Park

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2018 Warrior Expedition Thru-Hiker Jerry overlooking the Nolichucky River in Tennessee

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Cara on the Mason Dixon Line

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2018 Warrior Expedition Thru Hikers at McAfee Knob

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Warrior Expeditions Thru-Hiker Caitlin in the White Mountains

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2015 Warrior Expedition thru hikers at the Appalachian Trail Conservancy

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The official logo for Warrior Expeditions

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The death of Mark Richard Noepel in the summer of 1987.


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2017 Warrior Expeditions Thru-Hiker Wesley strikes a pose on top of Round Bald

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2018 Warrior Expedition Thru-Hikers on the summit of Mt. Katahdin completing their thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail

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The original route of the Appalachian Trail in Virginia crossed the Pinnacles of Dan, a hike described by hikers at the time as second only to Mt. Katahdin for its difficulty and beauty. In 1952, the ATC moved the route of the Trail more than 50 miles north and west, abandoning this region of Southern Virginia and removing the Pinnacles from the Trail's route forever. Today the Pinnacles are accessible only by permit from the Danville water authority. This image comes from former ATC Chairman Myron Avery's personal scrapbooks in the ATC Archives.

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Marine Corps Veteran and 2012 thru-hiker who went on to found Warrior Expeditions.

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