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TPI Team Young Guns - Greg Hillgren, Grant Warner, Andy Morrow, Connor Barrett, Ryan Clive-Smith and Jason Sabaugh – conquered the Grand Canyon 25 mile, 6500' elevation loss and 5500' elevation gain ONE DAY hike, starting on the North Rim and finishing on the South Rim! Collectively, TPI Young Guns raised more than $62,075 to support the lives of Wounded and Fallen Warriors and Warriors transitioning out of Active Duty Service.
Team Young Guns has been very busy stepping up their training, going on numerous training hikes over the past two weeks in order to be fully prepared for THE PATRIOTS INITIATIVE’s Grand Canyon 'Rim to Rim' (R2R) Challenge Hike benefiting TPI’s Wounded and Fallen and Warriors transitioning out of active duty service.
THE PATRIOTS INITIATIVE is pleased to announce that it has recognized zero8hundred and K9s For Warriors to be added to the TPI Directory as two highly exceptional nonprofit organizations that improve the lives and well-being of our nation’s military service members, wounded and fallen warriors, veterans and their families.
Earlier this month, four members of Team Young Guns – Connor Barrett, Grant Warner, Ryan Clive-Smith, and Gregory Hillgren – went on a training hike at Lake Arrowhead, CA. Lake Arrowhead is just shy of a mile high in elevation at 5,174 feet. To train for the 6500' elevation loss and 5500' elevation gain, the hikers tackled interval training and climbed up and down every stairway access easement to and from North Bay, including the infamous “Stairway 51.”