|Statement||photography by Bart Smith ; text by Karen Berger and Daniel R. Smith ; foreword by Bob Ballou.|
|Contributions||Berger, Karen, 1959-, Smith, Daniel R.|
|LC Classifications||GV199.42.P3 S65 1998 fol.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||98009590|
This beautiful coffee table book took me on a photographic journey along the Pacific Crest Trail. The author wrote candidly about her and her husband's trek and the challenges that accompany them as they walked the trail. The narrative was well-written and the accompanying photographs gave the reader breath-taking vistas as we hiked together/5. The importance of volunteers and the modern challenges of maintaining the trail; The Pacific Crest Trail: Exploring America’s Wilderness Trail is the third book in the bestselling trail series by Rizzoli. It follows the National Outdoor Book Award winner, The Appalachian Trail, and New York Times bestseller America’s Great Hiking Trails. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Pacific Crest Trail: Northern California: From Tuolumne Meadows to the Oregon Border (8th edition) Author (s): Jordan Summers, Jeffrey P. Schaffer. Publisher: Wilderness Press.
Wild is Cheryl Strayed's memoir of her 1,mile solo hike along the Pacific Crest Trail. Strayed's journey begins in the Mojave Desert and she hikes through California and Oregon to the Bridge of the Gods into Washington. The book also contains flashbacks to prior life occurrences that led Strayed to begin her journey. The Pacific Crest Trail vol. I, II & III from Wilderness Press by Jeffrey P. Schaffer, Ben Schifrin, Thomas Winnett, and Ruby Johnson Jenkins and the Pacific Crest Trail Data Book by Ben Go. Other guidebooks are available for purchase. Maps: The PCT Map Series, at a scale of one inch to the mile, can be obtained by ordering. Following up on his wildly popular guide to thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail in Appalachian Trials, Zach Davis has teamed up with PCT thru-hiker Carly Moree to bring readers the ultimate psychological and emotional guide to prepare for the Pacific Crest Trail. The book utilizes the same principles that has made Appalachian Trials the most popular resource amongst AT thru-hikers. Pacific Crest Trail Marker When Cheryl first heard of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), she writes, she was living in Minneapolis, Minnesota, sad and desperate and on the brink of divorcing a man she still loved. "The Pacific Crest Trail wasn't a world to me then. It was an idea, vague and outlandish, full of promise and mystery.".
All things WILD movie and book with Cheryl Strayed and Reese Witherspoon. Pacific Crest Trail stories, PCT advice; the PCTA portal for WILD movie and book! Hike where Cheryl hiked or check out some of our favorites along the Pacific Crest Trail. Find a hike. Listen. Wild Stories. The PCT saved my life. Taking the next step. The Pacific Crest Trail, also known as the PCT, is America’s second longest trail, stretching from Mexico to Canada through the states of California, Oregon, and Washington. Adventurous hikers looking for a challenge will take the high route through the Sierra Nevada and Cascade ranges and witness some of America’s most scenic and varied. This book brings back a flood of memories and makes you feel as if you're back on the trail, enjoying all the stunning vistas, meadows and expanses of wildflowers. Though the photos are the backbone of the book, there is also an interesting narrative by Karen Berger, who has written several other thru-hiking books about the PCT.5/5(5). A large reason I am drawn to the Pacific Crest Trail is to better know the lands that the trail passes through—to walk up the foothills of the Sierra Nevada and coast along their ridges, to sleep on the spines of the Cascade Range and rest on their shoulders. In preparing for my thru-hike, I have spent countless hours pouring over maps, looking at campsites, stream crossings, and water.