Read about the conclusion of the desert section of the PCT, how was it? What happened out there?
Yesterday we walked very close (7 miles) to a forest fire. This was a completely surreal experience. Some of the most amazing chaos I have ever seen. It was amazing but I hope it’s my last of this trip.
Have a laugh at how stupid we are, even after 500miles and a month of hiking we still make stupid calls.
This is a somber tale about losing friends on the PCT, no one died, and it’s not really that somber. Kind of funny, depending on who you are in the situation. Give it a read.
If you happened to have read one of my original blog posts, you will remember me saying: “This is an example of the great kinds of decisions you can expect from me over the coming months”. Well I’m happy to say I don’t disappoint. It only took 3 days on the PCT before I made a great call…. Welcome to week one in the desert everybody.
Base camp is a place for PCT hikers to all come together and prepare for the upcoming hike. Talk about gear, exchange tips, and let the anxiety inside of you spiral out of control as the clock counts down to d-day.
A 3 day experience Hiking with Nick Allen across the Devil Skin Saddle. Nick is an amazingly inspirational guy, for many reasons.
What exactly is the PCT? What can you expect by following me? Why on earth am I even considering it?