Category Archives: Pacific Crest Trail

I’m happy to help out folks traveling through the beautiful North Cascades.

Name: Marie
Email: mna.pnw@gmail.com
Comment: I haven’t hiked the PCT, but I’m happy to help out folks traveling through the beautiful North Cascades. I live 70 miles (~1.5 hour drive) west of Rainy Pass/Hwy 20 (mile 2600). My home is walking distance to a grocery store, restaurants, laundromat, post office, library, bakery, hardware store, motel and bus line. I don’t have a ton of space in my cabin, but there’s plenty of room to camp in the yard. There are friendly cats and dogs running around. The REI in Bellingham is 47 miles away (1 hour by car, 2.5 hours by bus). Marie 360-202-6548 mna.pnw@gmail.com



I can be available for arranged rides to the PCT trailhead in Campo

Name: Marc Arndt
Email: sdgooner@gmail.com
Comment: My name is Marc Arndt. I live close to downtown San Diego, minutes from the airport, train station, and (probably) bus depot. I can be available for arranged rides to the PCT trailhead in Campo. Or reverse. I cannot host, but will drop off at your arranged host, if not going straight to the trailhead. I can fit 1-3 hikers with packs. Email to make arrangements.



PCT trail angel based out of Lake ISABELLA/kernville/walkers pass.

Name: April Hersom
Email: amhersom@gmail.com
Comment: PCT trail angel. I would like to be added to the list. I drive/transport, open my home and yards, can help resupply tree, hold/deliver resupply, pick up, etc. Pretty much I’m awesome and rarely say no 🙂 have a registry filled with love and references. Also maintain water cache, magic, snacks at walkers pass. Based out of Lake ISABELLA/kernville/walkers pass. Willing to drive to bishop/mammoth or lancaster when needed



When we are not on the trail ourselves, we could provide transportation from Chinook pass into Greenwater or Enumclaw.

Name: Valerie Coleman
Email: valeriegrimm@msn.com
Comment: We are both avid hikers. We’ve done sections of the PCT, part of the AT and last year thru hiked the Wonderland Trail. We regularly stock a cooler with drinks and snacks at the Urich cabin at Government Meadows. We have done laundry for people staying over a few days, have contacted friends and family since there is little cell service in the area, and have even contacted law enforcement when needed. We had an impromptu engagement party of beer and pizza for a couple thru hiking when a relative contacted us and let us know they were in the area. When we are not on the trail ourselves, we could provide transportation from Chinook pass into Greenwater or Enumclaw. Tel: 360-663-0810



I live in Ridgecrest, CA don’t mind picking you up. I have a shower, couches, wifi, and can even feed you if you’d like.

Name: Rebecca Fehring
Email: thepackersfan2010@hotmail.com
Comment: I live in Ridgecrest, CA. I work until 4:30 during the week and usually work evenings during the weekend, but love taking drives and don’t mind picking you up. I have a shower, couches, wifi, and can even feed you if you’d like. All I ask in return is tips and stories so one day when I finally get up the courage to do the PCT myself, I’ll be a little more informed.



We would be happy to provide transportation between Elk Lake or McKenzie Pass and Bend.

  • Name: Leslie and Dennis Ades
    Comment: We would be happy to provide transportation to thru-hikers and long distance section hikers between Elk Lake or McKenzie Pass and Bend. Text (503) 422-0979 or (503) 351-3745.



Live near trailhead in Tehachapi. Can give rides into town Or back to trail.

Name: David Stauffer
Comment: Am an educator/teacher. Live near trailhead in Tehachapi. Can give rides into town Or back to trail. Texting works best. 661 -221-2058 If I’m available when you need me I’m there.



I’m available some Thurs & Fridays to give rides. I’m in Tehachapi!

  • Jenny Uhl – wjuhl@sbcglobal.net – I’m available some Thurs & Fridays to give rides. I’m in Tehachapi! my phone #661-860-2056 to call or text.



Getting to and from the Pacific Crest Trail southern terminus

Follow this link to find out how to get to the Pacific Crest Trail Southern Terminus.

Source: PCT transportation – Pacific Crest Trail Association