Our work

Peggy Porto’s gift to the trail

A full interview with Peggy Porto will appear in our next Trail Dirt email newsletter. Sign up for it here.

When most people think about volunteering with the PCTA, they think about re-benching tread, constructing bridges, or improving drainages. What many don’t realize is that volunteers get involved with our ... Read more

Pyramid Peak now belongs to you

Another piece of the PCT in the checkerboard lands south of Snoqualmie Pass is now permanently protected!

The U.S. Forest Service recently purchased the 480-acre Pyramid Peak property from the Plum Creek Timber Company. The Trust for Public Land was holding the parcel until the Forest Service could secure the ... Read more

PCTA Strategic Plan for 2014-2017

After months of hard work by the Pacific Crest Trail Association board, staff, volunteers and partners, we are proud to release our new Strategic Plan. We will use this document as a road map for the future of our work to protect, preserve and promote the Pacific Crest Trail while ... Read more