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Pacific Crest Trail, PCT Sierras / 22.08.2018

At mile 659.4. Hiked 7.3 miles today. Today Cache22 drove me from his home in Sacramento to Walker Pass. We took the scenic route on highway 50 and highway 395 traveling down the Eastern Sierra. We passed Echo Lake where my hike will end and we went through Mammoth, Independence, and Lone Pine, all towns I may visit later for resupply.  It was great to be back in the desert with its wide open views and beautiful sunsets. I didn’t start hiking until shortly before 5 pm and I had...

PCT Washington / 20.08.2018

Traveling to mile 652.1 (Walker Pass) to hike north to mile 1092.3 (Echo Lake Chalet) - August 17 - 20 The Greyhound Bus has been discontinued in Manning Park, Canada  and will be discontinued in western Canada. This makes interesting travel for people with no cars. I spent the night at The Last Resort Hostel in MP. Cache22 and about every other hiker I knew hitched out of town as soon as they could. It was a difficult hitch. In the meantime I made friends and called on existing friends...

PCT Thru Hike, PCT Washington / 19.08.2018

Day 117 At Northern Terminus of PCT, mile 2652.6. Hiked 6.4 PCT miles today. Hiked an additional 8.4 miles to Manning Park, Canada. Everything’s gonna be alright. At the end of the line. —The Traveling Wilbury’s. it is a short hike to the border yet the anticipation is great. Here is some of the scenary along the way. S I reached a view of the border where the trees were slash cut. At the border and PCT monument I celebrated by dancing to my PCT theme song and posing with the monument. Selfie took the photos....

PCT Thru Hike, PCT Washington / 19.08.2018

At mile 2646.2. Hiked 26.4 miles today. Excitement is building because today we will end only 6 miles short of Canada. After passing Hart’s Pass I began to see Larches. For hikers without a Canadian Entry Permit, they can only hike to the border, then turn around and hike 30 miles back to Hart’s Pass. In other words, they hike that same 30 mile stretch twice. I know a number of hikers that had to do this. Here is a photo of some Larches.  The trail. From a mile away by trail I...