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Recent Forum Posts

Hi From BC, Canada!
dougz - Mon, Apr 25, 2016
Hi! I'm a 41y m hiker who's literally begun thinking about section hiking the PCT, north to south, as of today.. It will be a ...

Mt Beden Powell Snow Conditions
LaGrangePoints5 - Fri, Apr 22, 2016
Anyone hear or see anything about trail/snow conditions on Mt. Baden-Powell?...

Re: 2016 South Bound Pct Thru Hike
mgarrett100 - Sun, Apr 10, 2016
Longshot, We are wanting to start in that mid June range and yoyo to the border as well. We are open to company. I know heart...

Re: Northern Oregon Section Hike Questions
postholer - Thu, Apr 7, 2016
If I was going to hike only Oregon I would wait till the first week in August. This would be based solely on mosquitos. If you d...

Re: Northern Oregon Section Hike Questions
Terminator - Thu, Apr 7, 2016
Looking at Postholer's snow chart shows an interesting year. Almost all of the peaks have above average SWE. A few peaks seem to...

Re: Class Of 2016
JamesA - Fri, Apr 1, 2016
Don't let the lack of funds make u not start, get creative, if u hike when the bulk of hikers go thru, search the hiker boxes fo...

Re: John Muir Trail In April
Swilder - Tue, Mar 29, 2016
Hi Willyswalking, I was wondering if you were open to having companion join you for part of the hike?...

PCT Snow: What Hikers Can Expect
postholer - Fri, Mar 25, 2016
In anticipation of April 1st, the peak of snow season, I've started looking at snow conditions in depth. Note I'm speaking stric...

Where To Get Jetboil Fuel Along The PCT
cfor - Tue, Mar 22, 2016
Over the last years I have section hiked the PCT. Meanwhile I got to southern Oregon (Fish Lake) and will continue comming July ...

Re: Colorado Trail Map Set
Vinland92 - Tue, Mar 15, 2016
Thank you for the quick reply. I made some mistakes on my original post such as publication date 2011 instead of print date and ...

Re: Colorado Trail Map Set
postholer - Mon, Mar 14, 2016
Thanks for your interest in the maps! The last update was January 2015. It does not have the Collegiate West route. However, yo...

Colorado Trail Map Set
Vinland92 - Mon, Mar 14, 2016
What edition is the current set of Postholer Colorado Trail printed maps? The order information says print date of Dec 2011 and ...

Recent Blog & Journal Entrys

April 30. Zero Day
AZT - Day-late - Yesterday
Today was a zero mileage day due to weather. It rained most of the day and is supposed to stop around 2 AM. The high temp today was about 40 degrees F. It was prefect hypothermia weather so ...
Cummins Creek Loop It Is
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CT - SlowBro - Yesterday
After looking through my guidebooks and checking online little bit more I decided we should do the Cummins Creek Loop in Cape Perpetua. Without too much effort we can add an extra mile to the ...
Entry Subject
ODT - fireweed - Yesterday
Scenic cross country over Horse Ridge--I could see Mt Bachelor and the 3 Sisters. Saw a horned toad.  Camping in the sage at the base of Pine Mnt. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartp...
Preparations
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CDT - simplesole - Yesterday
I journaled (kind of) on my PCT2011 hike. So here is my attempt at it again. I'll be heading SOBO (southbound) around June 15th pending snow levels. My other two long distance hikes (PCT &...
Day 42: Pearisburg VA
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AT - BevoHi - Yesterday
I hiked 11.1 miles today with a 2251 ft elevation change in 4.3 hours from Woods Hole Hostel to Pearisburg VA. At this point, I have hiked 634.7 total miles averaging 15.11 miles per day (incl...
Wonderful Trail Magic
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AT - Pour Bastard - Yesterday
A wonderful night's sleep at Laurel Creek as I went to bed around 6:30pm to do the journal and listen to some music. By 8:00pm I was falling asleep so the music was stopped, the ear plugs we...
Resting In Flagstaff
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AZT - Blankhiker - Yesterday
We are taking an extra rest day in Flagstaff to miss most of a bad, multi day storm moving through. Snow is falling in the higher elevations where we're headed with mixed rain and snow here in...
On To Rabe
CDS - calberry - Yesterday
Friday April 30, 2016 Even though the sun was shining, tiny raindrops splashed my coat sporadically, enough that I walked out of Burgos under the pines along the river to keep dry. I thought ...
Pre-trip
PCT - bobs - Yesterday
Preparations are underway for a 2016 thruhike of the pct.Leaving Ohio on May 2th and should be standing at southern terminus one week later....
Made It To Warner Springs :)
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PCT - Chukar Bird - Fri, Apr 29, 2016
Woke up this morning (relative term) and got packed up and hit the trail at 0730. Morning Glory and Edward started hiking about 15 minutes before I did. Nature called... :) Anyway, the wind wa...
Day 6
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AT - trpost - Fri, Apr 29, 2016
Slept well in the hostel last night. Scott the owner came and we talked for a while, and a new guest, Philip from Germany arrived. After talking for a while he mentioned he was going into town...
Back On The Trail
PCT - bafrazier - Fri, Apr 29, 2016
We got a late start this morning and we started the long uphill about 10am. At about 2.5 miles, we came to the Poodle Dog Bush alternate trail, which actually was a 10 mile road walk. After do...

Blog & Journal Entrys Past/Present

AZT photo

Barking Spider - AZT - Mar 3, 2016 - First Day
We woke up to a beautiful sunrise and headed down the hill to the border. We hiked to the monument and gave it a good slap to began the hike for real. Six miles of uphill to start the AZT was hard but stunningly beautiful.

Getting our legs back into hiking shape and getting acclimated to the Arizona sun got us pretty exhausted. But the hiking was amazing. The trail over the Huachuca Mountains was easy to follow and well maintained. And the weather sure beats whatever they've got back in New England. It was all a treat and has us excited about what is to come.

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