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 wounded veterans 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 reaches their training summit and poses for a celebratory team photoQ&A: WHY DO YOU WANT TO PARTICIPATE?

We recently asked the participants during the the application and selection process why they wanted to participate in the Warriors to Summits program...

Guide Margaux stops with team member Jody on a snowy mountain. They both look downhill smiling.JODY'S JOURNEY: ART LOEB TRAIL

This hike is to commemorate my brother’s teammates and our fallen brethren who were killed in a tragic helicopter crash on March 11 2015...

Several team members walk through a field towards a snow-capped mountain in the distance. Their backs are facing the camera.PHASE I: THOROUGH PREPARATION

It’s 1am. I’m sound asleep. Phone rings. It’s the sergeant on duty telling me that my unit’s been alerted. Recall formation at 3am...

Gina and Janet sit on a rock together in the middle of a grass field with trees in the background.STRONG BONDS: PART II

I’m still not sure how we were all selected for this program but what I do know with certainty is that we were an experiment of personalities that became intrinsically perfect...

"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