Millions of people are hearing about the Pacific Crest Trail through Cheryl Strayed and the movie Wild. We’re thrilled to release Cheryl’s call for support for the PCTA and the PCT experience. Take a look. We hope you’re inspired to act.
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Memories of the past and excitement for the future energized Lytle Creek Ranger Station on Nov.1. The scene was a blur with volunteers laughing and hugging. Veterans shared trail stories of years past with the newer volunteers. The cohesion of the group is only strengthened by the fact that these ... Read more
Artist Susan Abbott is a member of the Vermont Land Trust board. She’s interested in linking art and conservation. Her son, Colin Arisman, thru-hiked the PCT and made a film of his experience. Only The Essential just came out. Head to onlytheessential.com for the movie and for screening events. Here ... Read more
The Pacific Crest Trail Association’s mission is to protect, preserve and promote the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail as a world-class experience for hikers and equestrians, and for all the values provided by wild and scenic lands. The PCT provides hiking and horseback-riding experiences of the highest caliber, showcasing the ... Read more
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The Pacific Crest Trail attracts incredible people. Watch Wesley’s video and then read his story and see some photos of his hike at: How one hiker overcame cerebral palsy walking across the country on the PCT.
CP and the PCT from Wesley Trimble on Vimeo.
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Recently the U.S. Forest Service published and took public comments on forest plans that would include a management area for the PCT in three forests in the Sierra. The agency also provided a draft proposal of direction as to how it will consider and treat the federal land within the ... Read more
What better way is there to say “thank you” for a record-setting season than to have a party? Volunteers from PCTA’s Seattle-area chapter, the North 350 Blades, along with the Backcountry Horsemen of Washington and the Washington Trails Association, gathered at the Pyramid Brewery on Nov. 1 to celebrate their ... Read more