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Accessible trails from Mazama

There are several sections of the PCT that are accessible for day hikes. Cutthroat Pass trail... read more

Reviewed 4 September 2016
Rick L
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Mazama, Washington
Best part of the PCT

Okay, I only took a picture at the sign but I will come back to hike this portion to add to the... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2016
Mark V
,
Redmond
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Hike or drive this scenic road to Slate Peak.
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Mazama, WA
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Reviewed 4 September 2016

There are several sections of the PCT that are accessible for day hikes. Cutthroat Pass trail starts on the N.side of Rainy Pass at a trailhead with parking. This trail takes you to the Cutthroat Pass in approx. 5 miles. On the south side of...More

Thank Rick L
Reviewed 18 June 2016 via mobile

Okay, I only took a picture at the sign but I will come back to hike this portion to add to the other sections I've backpacked.

Thank Mark V
Reviewed 7 September 2015

The little mountain towns of Mazama and Winthrop, WA are great places to stock up or unwind after hiking on the reknown Pacific Crest Trail. Harts Pass is easy access from the general store in Mazama. The road to the pass is spicy. Camping at...More

Thank austineats
Reviewed 22 July 2015

If you go to Hart's Pass you can hike along the PCT on either the Grasshopper Pass trail or the Windy Pass trail. Both are great hikes. I particularly like the Grasshopper hike in the fall when the larch trees are turning yellow. This hike...More

Thank pshafransky
Reviewed 21 October 2013

We hike the PCT really early in the season at the trail head on snoqualmie pass. There was still plenty of snow covering the trail and even more as we got higher in elevation, eventually we started drifting on and off the trail. Our 8...More

1  Thank Huyzee
Reviewed 10 July 2012

I've only hiked a few sections of the PCT - Rainy Pass to Canada and again around the Harts Pass area. The trail is very well maintained. There are trail crews out there every Spring clearing blow downs, re-routing wash-outs where necessary and the grade...More

7  Thank abruzzi_67
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