Pacific Northwest Trail

Last day – 1200mi hike. Glacier National Park in Montana to the furthermost western point on mainland USA.

Gear Junkie:

… There was no sign; no monument; no finish line. I just stared at the tiny arrow on the end of the track on my GPS, and then turned down the cedar plank path toward the nearest road. The Pacific Northwest Trail had been the most rugged, challenging, beautiful, and rewarding nine weeks of my life; full of highs and lows, triumphs and hardships, close calls and immense pleasures; and now it was done.

Last Steps On The PNT: 1,200-Mile Hike Comes To A Poignant End

end of PNT

Jeff Kish hiked the 1,200-mile Pacific Northwest Trail this summer. This is his final report from the trail. See Kish’s full collection of trip reports and gear reviews at


Thanks Kolby.

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