From: Liren Chen <email@example.com> Subject: TA for Seattle/Redmond Message Body: My family would like to be added to PCT TA list. We live in Redmond, WA (an hour drive from Snoqualmie Pass). We have a room to host one or two thru hikers. Feel free to contact us via email.
From: Rose Kalamarides <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: PNT/Northport accommodations Message Body: I live a few miles from Northport WA. If you are hiking the PNT and need a place to stay, I have a bedroom with private bath, private water/dryer and private entrance. Just call me and I’ll come fetch you for the short 3.5 mile drive north to our family farm. I’m a true angel and won’t charge you a dime. Will probably feed you a home cooked meal too. I’m now 62 and will live vicariously through your adventures. You only have to share your stories of the trail. I also have a cabin on Deep Lake which may be more suitable depending on how many are hiking with you.
From: Dianna Charbonneau <email@example.com> Subject: Angel list Message Body: Hey there😊 I live in Packwood WA and would love to help PCT hikers get to their destination. I’m an avid hiker and love to show off the beauty of this area😊
Name: Shelli Bordeaux
Comment: Hello, I subscribed to this list, but was hoping to add my contact as a trail angel. I live about 20 minutes from White Pass. I can offer transportation to our town of Packwood and my guest room. Assistance appreciated, Shelli
We would like to sign up to be trail angels on the PNT. We live on Sand Creek Rd, Kettle Falls WA. Please call 509-684-6847 to let us know when you are stopping by. We are right on the trail and can provide camping, water, possibly rides.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: Valerie Coleman
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
Name: Ken & Shirene Peterson
Comment: We live in Kent WA
We cover Snoqualmie Pass to White Pass WA
We can provide transportation to/from SEA (SeaTac) airport, trailheads, shopping, etc.
If you are sick or need emergency pick up we don’t care what time of day – we will figure out how to get you.
We have a mother in law apartment and welcome overnight stays. If your hiking with your dog – animal friendly.
We are section hikers and PCT stewards for the Chinook to White Pass section.
Our daughter will be hiking starting in July 2017 – SOBO
We should be available unless we are out hiking with her for a bit,
Contact: Shirene Peterson
@ 253-740-4964 if you send a text – please say you are a PCT hiker.
Facebook @ Shirene Peterson
Name: Trace Pickett
Comment: My daughter Swept Away aka Katlyn Pickett and I give rides once or twice a summer up to Hart’s Pass/Rainy Pass for hikers starting southbound. I can overnight, get last minute supplies at REI in Bellingham Washington, supply a meal etc… Trace Pickett 5418521831
Name: Ravensong (Carolyn Burkhart)
Comment: There is a Hiker’s Hut at my home, with the Mexican room, which leads to the Canadian room with kitchenette. Upstairs in the loft are the sleeping quarters as well as under the pines outside. Ravensong’s Roost is by the junction Highway 20 and Lost River Road to Mazama Store. You can get there via Rainy Pass or Harts Pass. Ravensong, a veteran PCTer from 1976, offers information regarding early winter safety and alternate routes to get to Canadian border. Mazama, is the the northernmost town on the PCT and the place to go to get warmed up and geared up as the North Cascades quickly change to winter conditions.