[pct-l] 2016 thru-hike possibly
marmotwestvanc at hotmail.com
Tue Oct 27 13:49:50 CDT 2015
Whoops I read what you wanted wrong. You want to only go NB--at the end of the trail. With a entry permit in hand you cross the border hike to the Manning park lodge and take the bus to Vanc. In Vanc take the Skytrain to the airport. Also just sitting there in front of the Lodge with a sign that says PCT hiker needs ride to Vanc works great
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> On Oct 27, 2015, at 11:38 AM, Jay Bruins <jbruins at gmail.com> wrote:
> Double Tap had a great overview posted at doubletaphikes.com but it appears that it's currently pointing to a default landing page.
> There's always Yogi's book. I can't recommend it for actual planning due to issues of subjectivity and completeness, but it serves as a decent overview.
> Many people had success with guthook's app; I only used it for one section. Barebones town details are also included with Halfmile's maps/app.
> Once the season starts, you'll want to follow various PCT groups on Facebook for the most up-to-date town information. For example, Facebook will tell you that you could sleep free at the Lutheran church in Chester in 2015.
> The PCTA links to various resources to get you started. For your specific questions on transportation, see http://www.pcta.org/discover-the-trail/backcountry-basics/pct-transportation/
> My brother hiked with me from the southern terminus to Mt. Laguna. Beyond transportation, it was a great way to start the trail.
>> On Oct 20, 2015, at 6:59 PM, Robert Van Steenburg <vansteenburgmark at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Thinking of doing the whole hike, Mexico to Canada. I have many, many questions. Starting with how does one get from San Diego airport to the trail start? And from Manning Park to Vancouver airport?
>> Mark Van Steenburg
>> Austin, TX
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