Lacie is a white collar dropout from Littleton, NH. She thru hiked the AT in 2019 and will the attempting to thru hike the PCT starting March 29. She hikes an writes with a focus on mental health and wellness. Follow along here and on Instagram (TheQueenOfNewEngland)! Donations to Lacie's PCT fundraiser for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) can be made here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/lacies-hike-for-suicide-prevention
As a New England hiker accustomed to the craggy scrambles and dense forest of the northeast, the first 100 miles of the PCT couldn't be more alien.
When I first started backpacking, I excelled right away. Not because I was particularly knowledgeable or athletic, but because I was really good at
Spring Conditions! For three glorious days, the weather here in Northern NH warmed up to spring-like conditions (which for us is anything over
What if I fail? With 19 days left until I ship out to California to start the PCT, I am surprised by how scared I am. I’ve been backpacking for
Lately I have felt very scattered. I catch myself walking into rooms or opening cabinets, with no idea why. The remains of abandoned projects
Each trail of the Triple Crown is its own unique adventure. The AT is the great granddaddy, a historic trek across Civil War battlefields and the
Hello! My name is Lacie and I am hiking the Pacific Crest Trail! I wasn't always hiker trash... In 2019 I was a working as an accountant.