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Recent Forum Posts

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// ... uidebooks/ I did c...

Re: Southbound - Canadian Border Questions
postholer - Mon, Jun 27, 2016
The bugs will be horrendous southbound. Most of the trail doesn't have snow on it, but significant portions still do. "......

Re: Southbound - Canadian Border Questions
AxiomUnbroken - Sun, Jun 26, 2016
I read the bugs were not as bad southbound, compared to northbound... with snow on the ground, I would assume the same. The lowe...

Re: Southbound - Canadian Border Questions
postholer - Sun, Jun 26, 2016
The snow maps tend to under do the snow amounts. So if they're showing snow you should find plenty. Frankly, I wouldn't do Oreg...

Southbound - Canadian Border Questions
AxiomUnbroken - Sun, Jun 26, 2016
I booked my trip to Washington for the 3rd, I am wondering about conditions to the border on the PCT, the snow maps still look r...

Re: Snow Conditions SB PCT (inquiry)
AxiomUnbroken - Sun, Jun 26, 2016
Does anyone know what the conditions look like to the Canadian border around harts pass? Now maps still look like hell....

Arizona Trail Google Map Update
postholer - Sat, Jun 25, 2016
The AZT google map has been completely updated with the latest track and way points from the Arizona Trail Assoc. You can find t...

Re: 2016 - The Year Of The Fallen Tree
TheProfessor - Sat, Jun 25, 2016
Let's be a little bit less dramatic, and give some information from the ground. I just sectioned Breitenbush Lake to Wapinitia ...

2016 - The Year Of The Fallen Tree
North 350 Blades - Wed, Jun 15, 2016
Hikers Let it be known that Washington experienced epic levels of winter blow down due to multiple wind storms this winter. Th...

Recent Blog & Journal Entrys

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CDT - simplesole - Today
Made good time today. The wind was luckily at my back helping me along. I wasn't planning to stop at Lander but I made good time and the lure of town food, shower and clean clothes (in that or...
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PCT - bobk - Yesterday
Awoke at 5:30 and was on the trail by 6. Still windy and partly cloudy, but no rain. Headed down river, came to the North Cascades National Park sign at a big steel hiker's bridge, then a grav...
Training Starts
PCT - Zigerstein - Yesterday
Miles vary but I try to hike several miles per day in Albuquerque or Las Cruces to prep for upcoming backpacking and, finally, the PCT in 2017. Med: My feet have finally healed (nothing like b...
Day 147
PCT - Ddawg - Sun, Aug 21, 2016
Day 147 John arrived early as he located me with my Spot message. Two big changes occurred today: I am no longer required to carry a bear canister and I can slack pack for the next 75 miles. ...
Day 96
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AT - trpost - Sun, Aug 21, 2016
Up around 8 and went to Java Juice for a coffee and breakfast bagel with egg and sausage, then walked down to the general store for resupply. Got pretty much everything I wanted. Back at ...
Day 36
PCT - AnthonyD - Sun, Aug 21, 2016
We slept through the 4:30 alarm and up at 5:30. All the morning chores are done and we're off at 7:45. We're feeling pretty good this morning and with 17.27 miles ahead of us that has to be ...
Mile 1733!
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PCT - ajmancuso - Sun, Aug 21, 2016
Ronda joined me for the first Washington section - an 83 mile trek through steamy rainforest and gorgeous views of Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Adams in the Pinchot National Forest. We also encounte...
Desi's Late Arrival
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PCT - ddmsigns22 - Sun, Aug 21, 2016
Got word through Kurt that Desi was out of water and was trying to contact me. Using our Inreach we were able to communicate but with difficulty.  Unfortunately we were using different thread...
First Week's Adventure On The Trail
PCT - Half-and-Half - Sun, Aug 21, 2016
Tuesday, Aug 9th At home: woke up early (2 am) today, only 24 hours until the beginning of this walking adventure. I unpacked again to review my supplies decided to drink the 1 liter bot...
Road Walk Into Eureka
PNT - brianle - Sat, Aug 20, 2016
Not a lot to say about today (or tomorrow). We woke a little early as, experienced long distance hikers that we are, we know best how to milk the "long NERO plus a ZERO" strategy. You hike int...
The Herd
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PCT - camperdan - Fri, Aug 19, 2016
I left shelter cove and the 20 thruhikers that were there with my brother Paul. We crossed the train tracks to the south and march up a 1000 foot hill back to the crest. We continued to pass...
Days 42 & 43
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GDR - buck30 - Fri, Aug 19, 2016
(39 miles after finishing) Funny how things work out. The initial roadwalk out of Kakwa is 18 miles and really more like trail. With a bridge out it isn't car assessable and quite scenic wit...

Blog & Journal Entrys Past/Present

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Lion Heart - PCT - Aug 28, 2013 - Three Sisters
Red-headed cloud hat
Lava fills the horizon
Mackenzie pass beer

A wet, dewy morning made for wet gear. But luckily it was sunny and we dried our gear during our first break at Obsidian Falls. Was able to hit a couple springs today, one of which the water was just bubbling out of the ground. So cool. Hiked along the west side of the Three Sisters, grand and impressive peaks. A root took me down quick today and I and the ground got reacquainted. Luckily I have just a few scrapes on my left elbow. Kpax is sorry he missed it because I've seen him fall once.

It's lava time again. Loads of it. Ouch! Rolled into Mackenzie Pass before 6 pm to find trail magic. Graham, a previous AT hiker, was warming up chilli and had cold beers. What a dream since the lava was starting to get me down. After an hour, we were headed just another half mile down trail for an early finish. We didn't date push on into the lava fields followed by burnt forest. So we will start early tomorrow for around 30 miles.

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