Can our PCT thru-hiker give up hot meals for 2,650 miles?
The hardest part of hiking from Mexico to Canada? Coming home.
Now in Washington, our hiker tries to make miles while the sun shines.
With resupply options few and far between, our correspondent has plan ahead.
Hikers on the Pacific Crest are starting to feel the squeeze—and our correspondent is no exception.
The climb was bad. The PUDs were worse.
Our PCT correspondent goes up Forester Pass—and takes the easy way down.
PCT correspondent Amanda Jameson busts out some major miles to get back to her trail family.
After 650 miles of desert, our correspondent is ready for the hills.
For weary PCT hikers, a trail angel couple's house in Green Valley is the perfect place to recharge.
It's easy to meet people on the PCT—but not all of them stick around.