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.
Muir Trail Ranch offers the chance to return to a simpler time, away from the stress and demands of modern life.
Our High Sierra wilderness ranch has been made available for over half a century for individuals and families to enjoy. It’s like camping, but without the hassle – sleep in a real bed, enjoy delicious meals in a rustic dining room or on our barbecue terrace, and indulge in the incredible luxury of our enclosed hot spring pools.
Ride horses, take a hike, go fishing, swim in a warm lake, take pictures, lie on a rock and soak up the sun, take an overnight pack trip.
I endeavor to help those interested in thru-hiking accomplish their goals by providing them with both savings and ease of resupply. In my travels I have found that dealing with the logistics of long distance detracts from an otherwise carefree and joyful adventure. Worrying about finding what you will need in small town stores or whether you will find a store at all can be frustrating. I have lived off overpriced gas station food before. I would prefer not to again.
30950 Highway 79, P.O. Box 214 Warner Springs, CA 92086 760-782-0670 firstname.lastname@example.org
Warner Springs Community Resource Center is a welcoming place where there is:
A place to pitch their tents
A place to rest, clean up & tend to blisters
Plenty of water, restrooms
A US Post Office near by
Real food on site or at the local golf grill
A place to lighten up your backpack
All the hikers have access to our community facilities with:
A large community room
refreshments at the Center
An extensive Hikers Resupply Store (*)(E.g. tuna, snack bars, Sterno, band aids, etc).
Free Wi-Fi hot spot
Public computers with internet access
Cell phone charging station, Television
The “Store” will be open daily starting March 19, 2016 to May 31, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 pm.
Located about 100 yards from the PCT
East of the intersection of the PCT & Highway 79
Located across the street from the fire department and the school
Warner Springs Community Resource Center
30950 Highway 79, P.O. Box 214
Warner Springs, CA 92086
The thought of planning and completing a Pacific Crest Trail thru-hike can be overwhelming. There’s so much to learn: how to resupply, what shoes or gear to buy, how to survive in the desert and snow, etc. “Yogi’s Pacific Crest Trail Handbook” answers all these questions . . . and more.
This valuable planning and hiking resource is written by hikers for hikers. It takes the confusion out of pre-hike planning and on-trail logistics. It is a collection of different opinions from people who have thru-hiked the PCT. This is the stuff we wish we knew before we thru-hiked.
The first half is a collection of tips from previous PCT thru-hikers on a variety of hiking topics such as:
Maps and Guidebooks
The second half is the Trail Tips and Town Guide. This section is printed on perforated paper, so you can remove these pages from the bound book and take them with you on the trail. You’ll find:
How to get to and from each resupply location
Town info: resupply, lodging, restaurants, ATM, internet, fuel, shower, etc.
Historical water source information
Where to go at confusing trail junctions
Sierra-specific: tips for crossing the passes, bear box locations, canister-required areas, Sierra public bus info; detour info
The best places to eat
13-time PCT thru-hiker Scott Williamson has contributed his comments regarding water availability and places few people know about.
“Yogi’s Pacific Crest Trail Handbook” sets your dream in motion. The rest is up to you!
Forgive me for being a trail newb.. But before i started developing planhike.com’s trail angel list and then transfered the list to trailangellist.org.. Was there a trail angel list? I swear i saw one once! But could never refind it.. Maybe it was the pct resupply list at the pcta.org im thinking i saw…
Its crazy to me how I go out there on that hike and come back in a total mental dissaray and decide to launch trailangellist.org… I’m in disbelief right now the site name was even available and that I thought to put it together.. It was the busiest page on planhike.com so.. I thought how can I make it better SEO wise and the rest is history I guess…. I build my list from scratch and now people are added only when they request it.. I hope it helps… Hundy
The AT Mailing Label page provides an easy way to create mailing labels for many of the locations along the Appalachian Trail. Simply fill out the form below and select a location. A separate window will popup containing the completed mailing label. Print out the window and you’ve created your mailing label. The mailing labels are ideal for sending food, maps, guidebooks, gear, and bounce boxes to most locations along the trail. I’ve also included several links at the bottom of the page for planning, gear manufacturers, AT journals and videos. Just about anything pertaining to the Appalachian Trail can be found from this site.