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Pacific Northwest Trail

Puget Sound and Islands


Puget Sound and Islands
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1200.0 miles, one-way


Highest Point: 7580 ft.


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The Pacific Northwest Trail (PNT) is a 1200-mile linear trail that stretches from Glacier National Park in Montana to Cape Alava on the Pacific Ocean in Olympic National Park. In Washington, it includes Ozette Triangle/Cape Alava, the High Divide and Seven Lakes Basin of Olympic National Park, the Tursi Trail, Blanchard Hill/South Chuckanut Mountain, Oyster Dome, East Baker Lake Trail, Hannagan Pass, the East Bank Trail of Ross Lake, the Boundary Trail across the Pasayten Wilderness, Whistler Canyon, the Kettle Crest Trail, and many more iconic hikes.


Pacific Northwest Trail

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Co-ordinates: 48.6451, -122.3563 Open map in new window


Puget Sound and Islands


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Guidebooks & Maps

Pacific Northwest Trail Digest

Tim Youngbluth

updated annually.

Pacific Northwest Trail Guide (2001)

Ron Strickland

available for free at

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Pacific Northwest Trail

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