Pacific Crest Trail

An RV home in the skies

Day 8 It was misty and cold this morning, and from the start the nature wasn’t vey interesting. At some point it changed to something more interesting with large round boulders in a misty landscape. Stayed at a place called “Mike’s”, which was weird an utterly different from the Warner Read more…

By hauberg, ago
Pacific Crest Trail

Eagle Rock

Day 7 Went to sleep at around 8 pm and woke up at around seven, so I guess I was in need. The first part of the day was cold overcast and somewhat boring, but then I got to a meadow area which was interesting and somewhat oddly looking. It Read more…

By hauberg, ago
Pacific Crest Trail

Cache me if you can

Day 6 Late last night it started getting really windy and cold and during the night it started raining and got really foggy. Got a ride at 4:30 am from the same guy who brought me to Julian, along with two other hikers. Didn’t get much sleep that night either, Read more…

By hauberg, ago
Pacific Crest Trail

Julian

Julian Day 5 Woke up early. Walked 6 easy miles down to an asphalt road, and to my surprise a friendly former thuhiker was waiting there to take people to Julian. Nice! The small town of Julian is famous in the PCT hiking community for the free pies at “Mom’s Read more…

By hauberg, ago
Pacific Crest Trail

A longer haul

Day 3. Last night we I camped along with a bunch of other hikers at a campground. Unfortunately a couple of nearby regular campers were having loud discussions until very late at night, but I still woke up at 5:30 am and was out hiking half an hour later, without Read more…

By hauberg, ago
Pacific Crest Trail

At the border to Mexico

Day zero and one: a helping hand in San Diego The Pacific Crest Trail meanders it way from Mexico to Canada, more specifically from The small town of Campo to Manning Park. The friendly “Scout” and “Frodo” along with a small army of helpers pick hikers up, host them and Read more…

By hauberg, ago