The Warrior Jeep, every trail mile makes a difference.
Trans-America Trail Expedition
Warrior Jeep Trans-America Trail Expedition
An epic trek across America to support Special Operation Warrior Foundation (SOWF)
The Trans-America Trail (AKA: the “TAT”) is a west bound ride across America.
The Trail starts in Southwestern North Carolina, and ends at the Pacific Ocean in southwestern Oregon – over 5,000 miles of mostly off-pavement driving. Ever dreamed of traveling cross-country, seeing sights you’d never see from the highway, and meeting great people along the way?
Never before done in a Jeep, from start to finish in one contiguous adventure, the Warrior Jeep driven by David Phillips in support of wounded veterans across the United States, for Special Operations Warrior Foundation, will do just that. Starting April 29th, kicking things off in Murphy NC. Ending at the Overland Expo West in Flagstaff AZ nearly a month later, the Warrior Jeep will traverse some of the most beautiful and harshest terrain in the US.
This adventure across America on the Trans-America Trail is NOT a single-track tight woods ride. It is a route using dirt roads, gravel roads, jeep roads, forest roads and farm roads. Dropping down into dried-up creek beds. Riding atop abandoned railroad grades. There are sections of mud, sand, snow and rocks… it’s all of the above.
So, please follow the Warrior Jeep Team along this epic journey and show your support by donating to Special Operations Warrior Foundation by with the purpose of raising awareness and generating donations to help the foundation which does so much to provide care for wounded Special Operations Forces veterans and support for families of fallen and wounded Special Operations Forces veteran families.