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Snow conditions for the Pacific Crest Trail, Continental Divide Trail and the Appalachian Trail. Snow pack is not trail snow. Get trail conditions every half mile from November 1st through June 28th. This is the most complete trail snow evaluation to be found anywhere.

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Recent Forum Posts

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...

Snow Season End: Snow Pack Vs Trail Snow
postholer - Sat, Jun 11, 2016
Now at the end of the snow season we are able to show the graphic difference between monitoring snow pack vs trail snow. As you...

Recent Blog & Journal Entrys

Final Planning
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PCT - ddmsigns22 - Today
Getting down to final planning and packing stage. Have put together meals and snacks and will start putting together resupply boxes tomorrow....
Day 17 - Karma
JMT - HooKooDooKu - Today
The hike from the top of Mt. Whitney to the Whitney Portal about 10 miles long was more difficult than I expected... after all, we're talking about a decent of over 6,000'. I had hoped to ge...
Early!, 10 By 10, & Lake City
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CT - SlowBro - Today
Awoke a little after 4 AM and packed up camp. Was pounding the trail in the dark by headlamp at 4:45. It had rained much of the night and all the bushes and plants along the path were generous...
Day 130: Andover, ME
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AT - BevoHi - Today
I hiked 9.1 miles today with a 1846 ft elevation change in 4.38 hours from 5.5 miles past Frey Notch Lean-to to Andover, ME. At this point, I have hiked 1942.3 total miles averaging 14.94 mile...
Burney Falls State Park
PCT - bafrazier - Yesterday
After some discussion about the upcoming heat of the day, figuring out water sources, and deciding how to conquer the Hat Rim section, we decided to make a quick 1/4 mile detour to Old Station...
Day 19 - Downhill Baby
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GDR - buck30 - Yesterday
I'm glad I did my little stealth spot which was peaceful instead of camping around 25 other sites. At some point in the night a herd of either mountain goats, Bighorns or Elk passed by throu...
Journal Entry
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CDT - simplesole - Yesterday
A little bit of everything today. Ridge, forest, Pastor, and road. The weather had s little of everything as well. Started out with a beautiful sunrise than it got really windy but only a few ...
Journal Entry
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PCT - murda - Yesterday
Day 81 - Mile 1268 Lots of climbing today. Over 6500 feet. There have been lots of trees, which comes with nice shade. Some of the areas almost felt like rainforest. I found a flip flop al...
Nantucket Break
AT - TroyG - Yesterday
I took a week off to go with my parents to Nantucket to visit some friends. 2 days after I got back from Nantucket I headed back on the trail where I left off....
Update On My Eye Surgery
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PCT - goldeneagle - Yesterday
Hello friends and fellow hikers, The first thing I want to say is, THANK YOU so much for your support through this chapter of my life. Well, the second thing I should let you know,...
Day 120
PCT - Ddawg - Mon, Jul 25, 2016
{date=07252016 Day 120 We set off at 6:15 for Blue Lake, 7 miles up the trail. When we got there, the mosquitoes were unbearable so John headed back and I hiked on. I met French Fry, Cinch, ...
Drakesbad To Hat Vreek
PCT - LinO - Mon, Jul 25, 2016
Monday, 7/25/16 When I awoke I looked out my tent door and saw the huge backpacking tent belonging to the German couple. When passing them later in the day I asked how much it weighed. He...

Blog & Journal Entrys Past/Present

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Red Swagger - AT - Jun 5, 2015 - Journal Entry
Hiked to Stewart Hollow Brooke Shelter. Probably hit the most challenging section of the trail so far this afternoon. It was a steep decline to the Housatonic River that lasted about half a mile. After I stopped for lunch I got some nice trail magic from those section hikers from Nashville. They finished today and were waiting at a parking area for the rest of the group and they offered me cold beer and soda! The one guy picking them up worked for a local brewing company so he had coolers full of different brews. I had two and hung out for a while before I did the last 8 miles into the shelter.

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