Draft:Heather Anderson (hiker)
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Heather "Anish" Anderson is an American hiker known for setting the record for fastest-known, self-supported hike of the Pacific Crest Trail in 2013, the fastest-known, self-supported hike of the Appalachian Trail in 2015, and for being the first woman known to have completed the so-called Triple Crown in a single calendar year. The Triple Crown refers to completing three long-distance hikes in the United States: the Continental Divide Trail, the Appalachian Trail, and the Pacific Crest Trail. Heather Anderson uses the name "Anish" within the hiking community, following community norms of adopting pseudonymous names while completing long-distance trails. Anderson is the author of Thirst: 2600 Miles to Home, a book detailing her completion of the Pacific Crest Trail in 2013.
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