The Pacific Crest Trail runs 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada, climbing over 57 major mountain passes, 19 major canyons, and along the shores of more than 1,000 lakes. Elevation gained over the length of the trail is 489,418′ — that works out to a little more than 92 vertical miles.
We seem to bump into the PCT – always by accident. This time Carol and I hiked on California Section I (Tuolumne Meadow to Sonora Pass), following the Tuolumne River downstream to Glen Aulin High Sierra Camp – a round trip of about 11 miles.
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