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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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 standing around waiting to hike in the San JuansPHASE III: BUILDING NEW HABITS

Identity. Purpose. Community. These elements were deeply embedded in your military service through unit cohesiveness and sharing a common mission....

Lake at sunsetPHASE III: FOCUS ON THE FUTURE WITH POSITIVITY

Man, it was hard. Intense? I’d say so. Physical adversity, no doubt – pushed me to my limits. Exposed my weaknesses – showed me my strengths....

Rachel hiking on a training hike in ColoradoQ&A: RACHEL LAUDERBAUGH – PRESIDENTIAL RANGE EXPEDITION

Rachel Lauderbaugh is a U.S. Air Force veteran from Anchorage, AK, who took part in the Presidential Range expedition earlier this year. We asked her a few questions...

Eric Donoho hikingQ&A: ERIC DONOHO – GILA WILDERNESS EXPEDITION

Eric Donoho is a U.S. Army veteran from Carmel, Indiana, who took part in the Gila Wilderness expedition earlier this year. We asked him a few questions...

"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