The Pacific Crest Trail is a trail that goes from Mexico to Canada through some of the roughest and most remote areas of North America. It is 2700 miles long. Click the map to get an idea.
I have done almost 1800 of the miles before, but in like 300 mile chunks.
This year I am going for the whole enchilada. The whole thing in one season. Because of the ice on the mountain passes, there are only realistically 6 months tops in a year to do this. If you hike around 20 miles a day, you can do it in around four or five months.
In any case the three main things I want to put out about this is…
1) I will not be available from mid March until September / October
2) I will be asking some of you to help me in the upcoming months
3) If you see a way to make this work for a charity somehow or a TV thing, or you want to sponsor the documentation of America’s remotest hike, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about the Pacific Crest Trail at PCTA.org, a very good group, I support them whole heartily with both money and time.