Hike the PCT: Oregon

DAYHIKE • SECTION-HIKE • THRU-HIKE

Guide

The most complete guide for hiking the PCT in Oregon.

Maps

The maps you need for your Pacific Crest Trail hike across Oregon.

Permits

Where you need hiking permits in Oregon, and how to get them.

Gear

Trail-tested gear, apparel and footwear for PCT hiking.

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Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail: Oregon is the most comprehensive and up-to-date guide available for all 455.2 miles of Oregon’s portion of the PCT. Ideal for weekend, section- and thru-hikers, it contains a mile-by-mile description of the PCT, in addition to a wealth of trail data, hiker resources and area info. Get yours today and start planning your Oregon PCT adventure!

Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world.

~ John Muir

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ABOUT: Eli "Lounger" Boschetto

Eli Boschetto is a lifelong hiker, and has been working in the outdoor industry since 2006. Eli has served as a Northwest correspondent for Backpacker, was the editor and art director for Washington Trails, and has produced three Oregon hiking guides for Mountaineers Books. He is also a brand ambassador for National Geographic Maps and SPOT Satellite Devices, and serves on the advisory council of the Oregon Trails Coalition. Eli received his trail name, Lounger, for his fondness of kicking back in his ultralight camp chair at every opportunity. He lives in Portland, OR.

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Hiking the PCT: Oregon

Eli spent four years hiking and researching the PCT in Oregon to produce the most complete and comprehensive guide available. First released in 2017, this guidebook has been updated in 2018 and 2019.

Day Hiking: Mt. Hood

This full-color guide presents 85 dayhikes on and around Oregon's tallest peak. It includes seasonal info, trailhead directions, and suggestions for all interests, from big treks to kid-friendly hikes.

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Urban Trails: Portland

Part of the Urban Trails series, this compact guide showcases 35 hikes and walks around the Portland metro area. Selections include kid- and dog-friendly trails, barrier-free paths, conditioning hikes, views, wildflowers and more.