PCT Trail Info

The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is approximately 2,650 miles long, and extends all the way from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon, and Washington. It travels along the higher points, or the crest, of the Sierra Nevada and Cascade mountain ranges and climbs nearly 60 major mountain passes, its highest being 13,153 ft. at Forester Pass in California.  In addition to several climbs and awesome mountain passes, it also descends into 19 major canyons, passes more than 1,000  lakes, traverses 3 national monuments, 7 national parks, 24 national forests and 33 federally mandated wildernesses. For more info go to the Pacific Crest Trail Association website.

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