The Pacific Crest Trail spans 2,650 miles from California to Washington, showcasing stunning landscapes.
Hikers encounter active and dormant volcanoes along the PCT, including Mount Shasta and Mount Hood.
The trail is a wildlife haven, with opportunities to spot black bears, mountain lions, and endangered species like the Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep.
Each year, thousands of hikers embark on the PCT, seeking adventure, solitude, and a transformative experience.
The PCT offers diverse terrain, ranging from scorching deserts to lush forests, providing a thrilling and ever-changing journey.
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