Name: Jennifer Titus-Watson
Comment: Ashland Oregon TA
Matt and Jennifer Watson. We offer showers, laundry, healthy home cooked meals, comfy bed, and dogs to cuddle on our quiet ranch located a few miles from the Highway 66 crossing. We can pick up/ drop off at the trailhead on the highway or in town with advanced notice. Best way to contact me is by text 541-890-5216.
Name: Liana Ottaviano
Location: Bend, OR
Services: Showers, laundry and bedding at local Bend residence. Max accommodation is six hikers at one time; two night limit.
Transportation: Shuttle service between Bend REI and residence. Limited guest transportation to trailheads at Elk Lake (OR-46), McKenzie Pass (OR-242) and Santiam Pass (US-20); inquire in advance.
Contact: Text Liana at (541) 390-7859 or Peter at (541) 410-9251 at least 48 hours in advance. Email email@example.com for accommodations farther in advance.
“Not available July 11-21, July 27-August 1, or August 6-13 “2018.
Name: Linda Vance
Comment: Willing to provide rides, showers, laundry and a place to sleep near Helena, MT. Text me at 406-437-1083. I’m not one for answering voice calls but I respond to text and email. I know the trail in Montana well.
Name: Natalie Moler
Comment: Hi! I would like to be added to the Trail Angel List for the PCT in the Tehachapi area! I am available to give rides, a hot shower, wash laundry, a warm meal, ect. any day of the week. Give me a call or a text. Any time. 760-985-7041.
Name: Lou & Tawna Mena
Comment: My wife and I live in the mountain community of Wrightwood. We are avid backpackers and have backpacked sections of the PCT ourselves. We started hosting PCT’rs last year and loved the experience. We can offer laundry facilities, showers, a bed (we have a guest room) and a hearty breakfast.
Name: Vicky and Bob Cohorst
Comment: My husband and I live on the west shore of Tahoe and can assist hikers in South Lake Tahoe to the south and near Donner/Boreal area near Highway 80 into Truckee to the north. We are able to host and provide a safe place to zero out for a day or two, fill up on some home cooked meals, get some laundry done and get a hot shower and rides to medical if necessary. We never let anyone leave without a generous supply of our famous oatmeal scotchie cookies, a cold pop, a candy bar and a ham and cheese sandwich on white bread. This next year, due to popular demand, we’ll include a piece of fruit in that go pack. The only thing we ever ask in return is that while you’re here, that you check in with your family to let them know you’re ok. We do have a Border collie named Addie who will expect to be petted so please no one with pets. We are first come, first dibs in the guest room, but we have a pretty good sized deck and air beds can handle overflow.
Name: Lisa harmon
Comment: Our family lives in Acton, Ca and would love to offer a meal, shower or any help needed.
Name: Stan Holder
Comment: I live in Eureka, MT. I can give people a ride, folks can camp on our lawn, we can offer a shower, etc. You can also call me at 406-788-4973 or 406-889-5268. I have hiked this country a lot and know the history of much of it. See you soon.
Name: Becky and Jamie Grebosky
Comment: We live in downtown Ashland and are avid hikers/backpackers/trail runners. We are happy to pick up/drop off, offer a shower, laundry, and perhaps a bed. Safe travels!
Name: Frances Riggs
Comment: Tehachapi woman (age 67) with station wagon and guest room, bath, laundry. Will provide transportation and lodging for up to 3 hikers – (prefer female guests). Dogs OK.