ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - Wednesday marks the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, and for the 12th year in a row, a west county man plans to show his support for the thousands killed that day by walking the 21 miles from his home to the Gateway Arch.
Last year, dozens completed the walk, and hundreds gathered at the base of the Arch for a moment of silence.
The man behind it all, Bo Brochelman, was in the NewsChannel 5 studio on Monday. Watch the video above to hear about what the walk means to him.
Here are the points where you can join the march:
Mike Duffy's Bar & Grill (Woodsmill & Clayton), 21 miles (depart at 9:11am)
Ballas & Clayton, 15 miles (approximately 10:45am)*
Lindbergh & Clayton, 13 miles (approximately 11:45am)*
Price Road & Clayton, 11 miles (approximately 12:45pm)*
Brentwood & Clayton, 10 miles (approximately 1:30pm)*
Hanley & Clayton, 9 miles
Big Bend & Clayton, 8 miles
Skinker & Clayton, 7.5 miles (approximately 2:45pm)*
Skinker & Lindell, 5.5 miles
New Cathedral on Lindell, 4 miles
Grand & Lindell, 2.8 miles (approximately 4:45pm)*
Jefferson & Market, 1.7 miles
Union Station on Market, 1 mile (arrive at Arch between 5:30pm - 6:00pm)*
*All mileage is to the Gateway Arch
*Times are approximate and subject to change
For more information on the March to the Arch and to register, check out www.marchtothearch.com.