PlanYourHike.com has painstakingly researched 101 resupply points along the Pacific Crest Trail in an attempt to create one complete collection of all PCT resupply points. As far as we know, no other online resource has anywhere near this many resupply points available to learn about. We hope this abundant resource helps you as you plan an awesome adventure on the PCT.
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Source: Cascade Locks, the Heart of the Columbia River Gorge
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Stretching over 2600 miles from the Mexican to the Canadian border, the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) passes through some of the most breathtaking scenery in the U.S. Each year hundreds of hikers attempt to complete the entire trail while thousands of others take it in smaller sections. Designed for thru hikers, section hikers, and day hikers it describes the official route, occasional alternate routes, side trips, and resupply points. The new edition contains a 9-page update, including the rerouted portion of the trail in Washington between Indian Pass and Miners Creek. Winner of the Classic Award in the 2008 National Outdoor Book Awards.
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Going North, approximately five miles after crossing the Mt. Ashland Ski Road, the PCT will cross 3 dirt roads spaced fairly close together. Above the 3rd road, there is a small rectangular, wooden, directional Callahan’s sign posted high on a tree. Follow that road straight down the mountain approximately 400′. Cross a dirt road straight down to the railroad yard and across the RR tracks in a northeasterly direction. You will see another steep short dirt road leading to the intersection of Interstate 5 and Exit 6. Cross under the freeway. Callahan’s occupies the northeast quadrant of that intersection. Map & directions
Source: Pacific Crest Trail – Callahan’s Mountain Lodge