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Recent Forum Posts

Bigfoot Trail PDF Map Set (free)
postholer - Thu, Sep 22, 2016
Adding to our collection of PDF topo maps, we introduce the Bigfoot Trail pdf map set. These topographic maps are 1...

Bigfoot Trail Data Book & Elevation Charts
postholer - Thu, Sep 22, 2016
The online data book with elevation charts for the Bigfoot Trail is now available! This has all the great info that the other d...

Bigfoot Trail Google Map
postholer - Wed, Sep 21, 2016
The Bigfoot Trail has been added to our burgeoning collection of interactive Google Maps. It has distances and alternates. You c...

Re: Thru Hike 2017
kiwi stu - Sun, Sep 18, 2016
Hi Craig. I am coming from Brisbane Australia next year. I will be using Zerodayresupply and buying as I go for the entire hike....

Re: Thru Hike 2017
Craig7 - Tue, Sep 13, 2016
Hi...Has anyone from outside USA sent re-supply boxes ahead on the trail...its going to cost a fortune from UK !.....so I'm thin...

Thru Hike 2017
Craig7 - Sat, Sep 3, 2016
Hi everyone...my name is Craig, I live in the UK and I am making my plans to thru hike 2017...start date open but early April lo...

Re: Week Long Hike Informational Help Requested
ochocowalker - Fri, Aug 26, 2016
Alexander, The closest common trailhead to the PCT on a highway from Eugene is either 1) the crossing at McKenzie Pass, highwa...

Week Long Hike Informational Help Requested
myedicius - Thu, Aug 25, 2016
Hi all! I have some questions that I am hoping some of you can help me with. So. . .A little bit of information to describe t...

New Slack Channels
postholer - Wed, Aug 17, 2016
For those of you who have a virtual life outside of FB, I've added a couple "Slack" channels. They are Slack is kind...

Transportation From Seattle To Rainy Pass On Septemb
tanasi - Mon, Jul 11, 2016
Hi All, we are planning to hike from Rainy Pass to Manning Park the first week of September. We are trying to figure out trans...

Interested In NoBo Cascade Locks To Manning?
ridehard - Wed, Jun 29, 2016
Looking for someone who might be interested in hiking this section. I had a PCT permit from Campo but had to cancel out of that...

Re: Southbound - Canadian Border Questions
AxiomUnbroken - Mon, Jun 27, 2016
Thanks, I am going off the NOAA snow maps superimposed over a topo map//ww.pcta.org/discover-the-trail/m ... uidebooks/ I did c...

Recent Blog & Journal Entrys

Day 129
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AT - trpost - Today
Big long day today, crossing the Cumberland Valley. Much better this time around, they have moved the trail off of the roads and into hedgerows and farmers fields. Glad it wasn't hot though, o...
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CDT - simplesole - Yesterday
I had a great nights sleep even with the snow. The snow was actually soothing as it hit my tent. The morning hike was nice but after I crossed over a pass the winds were at least 60 mph and te...
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AT - Gorp-Gobbler - Yesterday
I've been checking out a few "Free Standing Tents", the reason for this is there are campsites along the trail that have (Tent Platforms) on which you have to pitch your tent. Since my Lighthe...
Made It To Skykomish WA
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PCT - Chukar Bird - Thu, Sep 22, 2016
I was up and hiking at 6:45am. Looking to make the post office before they close at 3:45pm. I have 22 to hike along with a 16 mile hitch so it may be tight. A few miles into the hike I ran in...
Snow!!
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PCT - sb - Wed, Sep 21, 2016
It stayed dry all night but started raining as I hiked away from harts pass.. It quickly turned to snow as we gained elevation.. A big pack train passed us on their way to pick up clients.. Wy...
Ain't Nothing But Magic
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CDT - BigBro+LilSis - Wed, Sep 21, 2016
Update update, read all about it, CDT wonders ensue onward from low point in trail. Magical journey ever since! Holy crow holy crow! So, last I think I left off here was Dubois Wyoming? Tha...
Adventures With Shoe Goo
PNT - brianle - Mon, Sep 19, 2016
Today being a zero day, there were still some chores to accomplish, and more than usual - - - both Lucky and I received packages at the motel here, containing warmer sleeping bags, some additi...
Flip Flop Complete!
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CDT - Adam and Denali - Mon, Sep 19, 2016
Surprising no one more than ourselves, we made it back to where the CDT crosses Route 28 near Lander just in time to set off for our friends' weddings! Denali's mom drove up from Boulder to me...
Journal Entry
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PCT - murda - Mon, Sep 19, 2016
Day 142 - Mile 2569 Got into Stehekin this morning, my last town stop for the trail. It's a really small tourist town in the middle of the North Cascades National Park, by Lake Chelan. There'...
PLANNING NOTES FOR FUTURE HIKERS
BFT - buck30 - Mon, Sep 19, 2016
First off, you may want to read my previous entry which has trail and water information by section. At the end of an obscure thru hike I usually like to provide as much planning / notes as I ...
Mile 2002!
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PCT - ajmancuso - Sun, Sep 18, 2016
Hart’s Pass to the Canadian Border! Sixty-mile round-trip, three days in and out, to experience the PCT Northern Terminus monument at the Washington/Canadian border. While we left several hu...
Day 48
PCT - AnthonyD - Sat, Sep 17, 2016
Day 48 Hello y'all!! Two days after finishing my hike I am finally sitting down to write the last day's journal entry. I do this with very mixed emotions. I am not really sure what or how I am...

Blog & Journal Entrys Past/Present

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One of the many fine views from Stratton Mt lookout

Reboot or 5 Star - AT - Aug 8, 2014 - Stratton Mountain
So I hiked up Stratton Mountain today and climbed up the huge fire lookout tower that is up there and took in some great views of the surrounding areas. Apparently this is the summit on which Benton MacKaye got his inspiration for the idea of creating the entire Appalachian Trail. I could see why too. The views from the top are amazing, although I kept wondering whether there was a fire tower up there back when he was inspired. We met a caretaker up there and we all joked that he must have climbed a tree to get a view and his inspiration.
I am still hiking with Too Long, Frankie and Racewalker for the most part. We busted out some good miles today and made it to the Spruce Peak shelter by a little after 5 or so and called it quits for the day. This is normally a little earlier than I like to stop for the day but the shelter area is really nice and I am with a good group of hikers so I made dinner and called it quits and relaxed a bit for a change.
A few minutes later Southbound, Skippy, and Sloth showed up and for once I had some extra time on my hands so I joined them for a game of cards. These three are what I refer to as the really fast and young hikers. They do about the same amount of miles as I do every day but they get into camp about two hours earlier because they can hike so fast. Sometimes they will hike a huge mileage day that I would never even think of or be able to do, but then they will take more time off to relax in camp or towns. Hence the good idea to carry cards for the down times. Of all the younger hikers out here on the trail that I have met, these three have to be some of my favorites. They are really friendly and outgoing and will talk to anyone out here. Sometimes the hikers their age will be shy or evasive and often even get cliquish, but these three are just out to have fun and they don't care who joins them along the way.
After the game of cards I finally got around to setting up my tent and crawling in for the night. I found a really good spot down away from the shelter that is almost perfectly level and smooth. I am thinking I will sleep good tonight!

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