The Pacific Northwest Trail Guide: The Official Guidebook for Long Distance & Day Hikers

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Sasquatch Books, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 396 pages
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From the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, the Pacific North-west Trail is a unique hiking experience, offering a variety of back-country scenery and outdoor adventure. Here is the official guide to the spectacular long-distance trail that stretches 1,200 miles from Glacier National Park in Montana to Washington's Olympic National Park. Like other long-distance trails, the "PNT" is accessible to both ambitious thru-hikers and day- or weekend-hikers who want to tackle smaller segments. This comprehensive guide features detailed route descriptions, topographic maps, and more.

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About the author (2001)

Ron Strickland is an environmentalist who founded the Pacific Northwest Trail 30 years ago. He lives in Seattle.

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