Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail - What is the biggest problem long-distance hikers have upon completion of their journey? That’s easy. “It is impossible to shut up about the whole thing,” says Appalachian Trail (AT) and Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) hiker, Bill Walker.
The Pacific Crest Trail, like its better-known eastern cousin the i Trail, is a narrow corridor of wilderness set aside by an act of Congress (The National Trails System Act, 1968) to preserve a place where hikers can commune with nature. Visit http://tellitonthemountain.com/ for more information