"Imagine not crossing a road for 75 miles! Backpackers who complete the Snoqualmie - Stevens segment of the Pacific Crest Trail will hike through some of the most remote and diverse mountain country along the entire 2650-mile trail.
This trail is not for the beginning backpacker. There is considerable elevation gain (and loss) - 16,000 feet! Some places are impassable until well into August when the snow melts out. And the distance requires hikers to carry six or seven days of food and arrange for a car shuttle or pick-up at Stevens Pass." PCT
|Where is Freestyle?|
|One pooped guy enjoying a nap in the sun|
|Freestyle on Kendall Katwalk at the top of the world, but who can see the world?|
|Kendall Katwalk on a clear day.|
Photo by Debbie Lipinski
|10+ camp site first night out of Snoqualmie|