Travis Omps

Senior PATHH Guide

Growing up in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Travis developed a love for the outdoors and service through his family farm and Boy Scouts of America. He graduated from Shepherd University in 2012 and held an assortment of jobs including raft guiding, working in native habitat restoration and pursuing his passion for history while working at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello.
As enjoyable as these endeavors were, they did not fulfill his desire to serve his country. Travis enlisted in the Army Reserve in 2013 and deployed in support of OEF in 2015. He has since commissioned through OCS at Fort Benning and recently returned from Poland where he served as the Detachment Commander of an Ordnance Company.

Travis is honored to have the opportunity to serve as a PATHH Guide helping Veterans and First Responders live the lives they deserve. He and his wife currently reside on their farm in Loudoun County and enjoy their numerous animals, traveling and being outdoors.