The Pacific Northwest Trail in North America is estimated to be 1200 miles (1933 kilometers) long, and takes 80 days* to complete when hiking at an average of 15 miles (25 kilometers) per day.
This trail is also referred to as the PNT, and the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail.
It is a linear trail, which means that to do a thru hike, you will have to start and end your hike in different places.
The Pacific Northwest Trail has 2 terminuses. Most thruhikers choose to start their hike at the Chief Mountain Customs Parking Area in Browning, Montana, United States and end their hike at the Cape Alava Trailhead in Olympic National Park, Washington, United States.
A good day of the year to start this hike from the Chief Mountain Customs Parking Area is June 15.
The Pacific Northwest Trail Association takes on the task of maintaining, improving, and advocating for the Pacific Northwest Trail as its trail association.
|Pacific Northwest Trail
|PNT, Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail
|1200 miles (1933 kilometers)
|Far Out Guide
|Pacific Northwest Trail Map
|Pacific Northwest Trail Association
|Chief Mountain Customs Parking Area, Browning, Montana, United States
|Cape Alava Trailhead, Olympic National Park, Washington, United States
Estimated Total Budget (USD): $4,800.00