The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is a 2650 miles trail that leads in the West of the United States from the Mexican border near Campo, CA to the Canadian border near Manning Park, British Columbia.
Here is a link to the trail data on Google Drive/My Maps.
The PCT leads through California, Oregon and Washington. It is usually divided into the five sections desert, Sierra, Northern California, Oregon and Washington – with each of them roughly taking a month to hike.
For my through hike in 2018, I have the following rough schedule:
The three major trails PCT, Appalachian Trail (AT) and Continental Divide Trail (CDT) are known as the Triple Crown of Hiking in the United States. So there is plenty more to hike, in case I am bored after the PCT. 🙂
This blog is dedicated to my 2018 PCT Through Hike.
I support the seven essential principles of Leave No Trace (LNT) applied to PCT hikers.