This Week’s Top Instagram Posts from the #PacificCrestTrail

This is our weekly roundup of all the best Instagram posts from the Pacific Crest Trail. We’ll gather the good, the ridiculous, the beautiful, and the hilarious photos from the last two weeks.

Use the hashtag #trekthePCT, #PacificCrestTrail or #PCT2019 for your chance to be featured!

Here are a few of our favorite photos from September 18 – October 1. Enjoy!


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Please, keep looking. Not for a person, but for your passion, your love, your courage, your goals, your dreams, your happiness, yourself. Keep looking. Explore yourself before you explore another. Know your worth, know yourself. Only then will you know what you need over what you want. You need yourself to become your own. Only then you will know true happiness. |10/1/19||12:20pm| °•°•°•°•°♡°•°•°•°•°•° #pct #pcta #pacificcresttrail #pacificcresttrail2019 #pct2019 #thetrek #pacificcresttrailassociation #nature #adventure #hikingwithfriends #naturephotography #hikinglife #explore #hike #outdoors #hikingfun #hikingbuddy #hikingday #camping #hikingculture #hikingtrail #hikingtrip #hikingphotography #mountains #hikingadventures #hikingtrails #hiking #trekthepct

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Day 152 – IT'S A WRAP! Bishop trail pass to finish with the sunrise on Mt Whitney The end of our 5 month complete PCT thru hike adventure… – we hiked over 2653 miles – we ate at least 300 snickers bars and over a 1000 tortillas – we had 0 blisters – we used 12 pairs of shoes – we visited 25 breweries – we lost 45 pounds and… 1 credit card, 2 sandals, 1 pair of underwear, 8 water bottles, 1 buff, 1 pair sunglasses – we walked for +/- 120 days, averaging a marathon a day – we rested 30+ days – we are 200% happy we did this – we met hundreds of super nice, lovely, helpful & funny people and are thankful having shared this experience with them Now back to HK! #pct2019

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  • Miles Smith : Oct 27th

    Thank you so much for this. I was into this issue and tired to tinker around to check if its possible but couldnt get it done. Now that i have seen the way you did it, thanks guys

  • Hanna Monica : Dec 13th

    Wow, so beautiful places here you have shared here. In photo it looking so cool and shows reality. But I am deciding to go for visit this type of natural look places, I have just complete my marketing work of then must plan a tour. My friends tell me to visit these places in month of February so, I am planning.


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