The Pacific Crest Trail is a 2650 mile foot path from Mexico to Canada.
Okay, so here is my plan….for 2016. There is a three week break in June for personal reasons. I will skip the part of the trail I did in 2015. The last two stages are continuous, I split it to make it easier to manage the planning. The links are to Craigs PCT Planner website, the utility I used to generate my plan. This is a VERY useful tool for planning.
Stage 1 (4/24 to 5/29, 455 miles):
Mexico boarder to Agua Dulce (Hiker Heaven), PCT 0 to PCT 455. This gets me to where I started my section hike last year. I am scheduled to arrive at the end of May. Will fly back to Houston to join Roberta, Francis and my brother John and his wife Christin for a trip to Mexico. John spent the past year dealing with colon cancer and I promised him I would take him to Mexico if he didn’t die. He didn’t die.
Stage 2 (6/24 to 8/7, 823 miles):
Back on the trail after a three week hiatus, approximately where I left it last year (near Mammoth Lakes). PCT 907 to PCT 1727. Getting back on the trial is not easy but I have a plan – fly into Reno and catch an Eastern Sierra bus to Mammoth Lakes on 6/23. Hopefully back on the trail by early on the 24th.
Stage 3 (8/8 to 10/6, 937 miles):
Last stage – hopefully getting to Manning by early October.