This Week’s Top Instagram Posts from the #PacificCrestTrail

Thru-hiking season is in full throttle on the #PCT! And there are some great photos floating around thanks to all the hikers out there! Unfortunately, if you are reading this right now, you probably aren’t out on the trail (thanks for reading if you are!). Good news, this is the next best thing!

If you’d like to be featured, we search Instagram for great photos with the hashtag #PacificCrestTrail, #PCT and #PacificCrestTrials (our personal favorite) and select a few standouts each week for your viewing pleasure.

Here’s some visual splendor chock full of the insta-greatness we have all been waiting for. The following photos were taken between 10/2 and 10/10. 

Margurette Lake and Trapper Lake hug each other in the trees, and were very refreshing

A photo posted by Samantha Veen (@gurlsam) on

Abandoned and haunted? Now I really wanna go. #pct #pct2016 #pctig #pacificcresttrials #pacificcresttrail2016 #pacificcresttrail

A photo posted by Jorrel Patterson (@j_rr_lp_tt_rs_n) on

Oops. #pct #pct2016 #pctig #pacificcresttrials #pacificcresttrail2016 #pacificcresttrail

A photo posted by Jorrel Patterson (@j_rr_lp_tt_rs_n) on

Trash. #pct #pct2016 #pctig #pacificcresttrials #pacificcresttrail #pacificcresttrail2016

A photo posted by Jorrel Patterson (@j_rr_lp_tt_rs_n) on

Mt. Shasta in the gradient cast by sunset.

A photo posted by James Lunning (@jameslunning) on

Hope there are still some SOBO’ers out there so this post can keep on keepin’ on.

Congrats to all that finished the #PCT! You deserve a beer or two or seven.

Happy hiking.

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