Full Members of The Long Riders' Guild
Neil Hammari - rode the Butterfield Stage route of 1849 and through the Gila Wilderness. He is the author of Riding Backwards Down the Gila.
|Bernie Harberts rode from South Carolina to San Diego.
|SuSan Small Hammer - rode from St. Petersburg, Florida, to Texas.
|Colleen Hamer - made a thousand mile circular journey around her native state of Nebraska.
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|Guenter Hardt - crossed the USA from New York to Los Angeles, then from New Mexico to the Canadian border.
|Anja Hasse – completed a circular journey from Switzerland to Italy and back that required her to cross the Alps twice.
Horst Hausleitner - rode from South Africa to Kenya.
|John Wayne Haynes – rode from Hudson, Michigan to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
|Pia Gjedde Hejgaard - completed a journey along Australia’s Bicentennial National Trail
|Jeff Hengesbaugh - rode from Phoenix, Arizona, to Banff, Canada, and has led a series of mounted American Mountain Man expeditions across the North American continent. Author of "Head West and Turn Right".
|Jose Hernandez - though legally blind, Jose rode from California to Washington.
|Elizabeth Hill - made two lengthy trips, the first being from Germany to Spain, then completed a thousand mile journey across Great Britain.
|Wendy Hofstee, Tania Krupitza and Sally Waring - rode in the Andes of Ecuador around the volcanoes Cayambe, Antisana, Cotopaxi of the central plateau.
|Kerstin Hüllmandel - rode from Mönchsondheim in Germany to Spain's Santiago de Compostela.
|Using traditional “mountain man” equipment and black-powder firearms, Hawk Hurst rode from Mexico to Canada.
|Missing in Action
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