More favorable reviews for Skywalker Pacific Crest Trail book

5.0 out of 5 stars very pleased, January 12, 2012 By mikadin – See all my reviewsAmazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Skywalker: Highs and Lows on the Pacific Crest Trail (Paperback) i read a couple scathing reviews which made me hesitate, but i’m glad i got it anyway. this book is much more about PCT culture than about the trail itself, though the general setting and challenges are discussed. in a way...

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Favorable reviews for Skywalker– Highs and Lows on the Pacific Crest Trail

Advertisement Most Recent Customer Reviews 5.0 out of 5 stars skywalker excellent book have read 20 books on pct and appalacian trail and loved this one could not put it down i read it in 3 days Published 19 hours ago by billa 5.0 out of 5 stars This is an informative and entertaining read! I had the pleasure of reading this book while on vacation. Its descriptions and sequences are sensational. Read more Published 8 days ago by dirtymc 5.0...

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Scott Williamson–Undisputed Star of the Pacific Crest Trail

He is a bit of a mythical figure in the long-distance hiking community. Here, finally, is the real story of Scott Williamson. Related: WatchdogOutdoors Β» Hiker sets speed record on Pacific Crest Trail Comments (25)Share:Twitter Facebook Email Print Save With former John Muir Trail speed record holder Reinhold Metzger looking on, long-distance hiker Scott Williamson, 39, of Truckee, signs in at the southern terminus of the Pacific Crest Trail...

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Comparison of Appalachian Trail and Pacific Crest Trail

Personally, I agree with this thru-hiker. The Pacific Crest Trail is more difficult to thru-hike than the Appalachian Trail. The hiker faces greater extremes of weather and terrain. The snow can play havoc with your calculations (and psyche!). It’s 488 miles longer. The good news is that they are very different. The committed hiker has only one logical course of action–do both of them. I strongly recommend doing the AT first because...

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Runner to attempt to break Pacific Crest Trail Record

Runner Takes On Record-Breaking Mission For Mom by Dave Iverson September 17, 2011 Good interview on NPR about former Yale runner, Sam Fox, trying to break the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) speed record. He plans to try to run the trail in a total of 60 days or less, which means an average of 44 days. Wow. That would take 5 days off Scott Williamson’s blazing pace of 2009. Sam’s mother was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease ten...

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The Pacific Crest Trail not for the Faint Hearted

Not For The Faint Hearted: The Pacific Crest TrailHomeAdventure TravelNot For The Faint Hearted: The Pacific Crest Trail Follow me on FacebookConnect and Subscribe Subscribe by EmailEnter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner Popular Posts Paris Sweet Home Jul 30, 2011 The Way To Santiago May 1, 2011 North to Alaska Jun 24, 2011 Budget Travel: How to Travel For Less Nov 7, 2010 Not For The Faint Hearted: Kungsleden Trail, Lapland Dec 9,...

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