204 days after setting forth from Springer Mountain, Georgia, Neva “Chipmunk” Warren became the youngest person to complete a solo thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail and declared herself “2,185 percent done!”
Neva is an amazing person, and we are thrilled and humbled by her accomplishment.
Way to go, Chipmunk!
We are also grateful for the support she and her parents, Tammy and Jay, show for HIKE for Mental Health. Tammy, we will miss your blog updates each morning.
We join Tammy and Jay in extending thanks to all of Neva’s supporters – those who contributed Chipmunk bucks to help fund her hike, those who donated in her name to HIKE for Mental Health, and the multitudes who offered words, thoughts, and prayers of encouragement for her along the way.
In honor of her unprecedented accomplishment, we presented Neva with a plaque commemorating the feat and thanking her and her family for making HIKE for Mental Health a part of the journey.
If you would like to support HIKE for Mental Health in Neva’s name, it’s not too late. Click here.