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Lauriep
02-13-2014, 12:49
We have updated our on-line 2,000-miler registry to include names of those who reported A.T. completions to ATC in the last 12 months, as of December 31, 2013. ATC maintains the official registry of 2,000-milers, which goes back to 1936 to include trail-builder Myron Avery (who completed the A.T. before it was officially announced complete.)

If you have completed the A.T. but have not reported it to ATC, you can download an application form at www.appalachiantrail.org/ATcompletion (http://www.appalachiantrail.org/ATcompletion).

If there is an error in your listing, please send corrections to info@appalachiantrail.org. We update the website listing a few times a year.

Our annual listing in A.T. Journeys is published in the March/April issue and includes the names of those who have submitted applications in the 12-month period ending December 31. (A thru-hike does not have to be completed in a calendar year, though).

We also want to give a shout-out to all the amazing volunteers who have helped process the applications, send out certificates, and compile the listing. They contributed about a thousand hours last year.

Laurie P.
ATC

HikerMom58
02-13-2014, 13:00
We have updated our on-line 2,000-miler registry to include names of those who reported A.T. completions to ATC in the last 12 months, as of December 31, 2013. ATC maintains the official registry of 2,000-milers, which goes back to 1936 to include trail-builder Myron Avery (who completed the A.T. before it was officially announced complete.)

If you have completed the A.T. but have not reported it to ATC, you can download an application form at www.appalachiantrail.org/ATcompletion (http://www.appalachiantrail.org/ATcompletion).

If there is an error in your listing, please send corrections to info@appalachiantrail.org. We update the website listing a few times a year.

Our annual listing in A.T. Journeys is published in the March/April issue and includes the names of those who have submitted applications in the 12-month period ending December 31. (A thru-hike does not have to be completed in a calendar year, though).

We also want to give a shout-out to all the amazing volunteers who have helped process the applications, send out certificates, and compile the listing. They contributed about a thousand hours last year.

Laurie P.
ATC

AWESOME!! :sun

Jeff
02-13-2014, 17:03
Great to know...love looking at familiar names.

How is the hiker PHOTO database coming along? Last I knew it was complete thru 2008 hiker photos at Harpers Ferry.

Lauriep
02-13-2014, 19:34
Jeff--Sigh. We were getting somewhat close to developing a system for being able to display the newer photos last May, working with a great volunteer in Pennsylvania. But the lead ATC staff person on the project left and we've been stretched pretty thin since then. We haven't given up, but just don't have the resources right now. It's still a goal.