Take A 3-Minute Tour of This 2,660-Mile Trail That Goes Right Through Oregon

The Pacific Crest Trail is a 2,660-mile trail that takes hikers from the border of Mexico all the way to Canada. The trail goes right through Oregon, and many Oregonians do day-hikes on sections of the trail. Halfway Anywhere posted a video on YouTube that gives you a three-minute tour of the entire thru-hike.

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Learn more about this incredible trail on the Pacific Crest Trail Association’s website.

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