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5 PCT  Washington

5 PCT Washington






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    • Washington The North Cascades are the highlight of this section. They are a fitting tribute to the end of the Pacific Crest Journey.   The rugged, roller coaster, route through the North Cascades often climbs up a deep canyon to a pass, only to descend to another deep canyon and then repeat the cycle again.   The trail ends at Monument 78 at the USA/Canadian border, seven miles south of Highway 3 at Manning Provincial Park, British Columbia .
    • The trail enters Washington on a toll bridge over the Columbia River called, “Bridge of the Gods”
    • Mount Adams.
    • Climbing out of Snoqualmie Pass.
    • Storm clouds.
    • Early morning sunbeams.
    • Fire Creek Pass and the panorama of the North Cascades.
    • Fireweed
    • Glacier Peak
    • Alpine meadows in the Glacier Peak Wilderness.
    • Packwood Glacier in the Goat Rocks Wilderness.
    • Mount Snowy
    • Flower lined trail north of Mount Adams
    • Traversing the craggy trail near the crest of the Goat Rocks
    • Packing up gear on the lawn of the Packwood Hotel.
    • BEARS!!!!
    • Early morning crossing of the glacier feed Muddy Fork Creek.
    • Another storm moving across the Cascade Mountains.
    • Mica Lake is usually frozen all year, but not this year due to the drought.
    • Hiker crossing the Upper Packwood Glacier.
    • A trailside break.
    • Towhead Babies…these flowers look like a character out of a Dr. Seuss’s children’s book.
    • A cold wet day on the trail with a hiker dressed in the latest trail fashions…socks for mittens and a raincoat worn inside out.
    • The shuttle bus to Stehekin.
    • There are no roads to the remote village of Stehekin on Lake Chelan. The only way here is by boat, float plane or foot trail.
    • The top of Slate Peak was removed by dynamite to build this lookout.
    • Only a few miles to Canada!
    • Cutthroat Pass.
    • The last few switchbacks to the border.
    • A mountain man on top of the world.
    • The Canadian Border!
    • The End "To Walk In The Wilderness Is Freedom"