Warriors to Summits


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No Barriers Warriors is a program of No Barriers USA, whose mission is to unleash the potential of the human spirit. Warriors to Summits is one of many experiential expeditions offered to empower veterans with disabilities to overcome their barriers.
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Wells Fargo is the proud sponsor of Warriors To Summits. It's an honor to serve those who serve our country℠.

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Take the No Barriers Warrior Strong Pledge
I pledge to respect, support and honor our veterans for being an example of courage and strength both in their service and their transition back home. I promise to follow their example and become warrior strong. I will always remember that no matter what barriers I face, what's within me is stronger than what's in my way.

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FROM THE BLOG

Warriors to Summits team hiking through the Gila WildernessFINDING YOUR HIGH POINT

We’re a quarter of the way through our No Barriers expedition schedule and we just summited our first peak – Mount Washington in the Presidential Range of New Hampshire. You’re kidding right? Nope...

Derek Esposito climbing a snowy mountainI DO IT FOR THE ROPE TEAM

It’s a stormy day in May and my climbing partner Chris has just pulled through the route’s crux, an ice chimney on Martha Couloir...

John Toth hikingREMEMBERING TO LOOK UP

A Couple weeks ago, I was in the Gila Wilderness of New Mexico with a group of veterans. Amazing trip. Incredible beauty...

Gila Wilderness Expedition I team - Day 1Q&A: ALEXANDER THOMPSON – GILA WILDERNESS EXPEDITION

When I heard about Warriors to Summits, I really wasn’t sure what could be done for me. Outside of helping me to be more physically fit, what could a mountain climb do for me? Since signing up...

"The reality of it was the mountain wasn't my barrier that I had to overcome. There was a lot of stuff on the inside that I had to work through and overcome myself personally."

 – Jim Stanek Jr., U.S. Army Veteran & Warriors to Summits Alum