Our Guides are seasoned experts and very knowledgable. Let us take you on an unforgettable tour of the iconic Day Hikes of southern Oregon. The Pacific Crest Trail comes through Ashland with hundreds of hikers in the high season. See majestic Table Rocks near Central Point, climb Pilot Rock on the Siskiyou/Cascade divide, stunning Grizzly Peak or take a Pacific Crest Trail day-trip in a few hours.
- Our guided hikes are for all abilities! We will have a conversation en-route to the trailhead and individually tailor your experience to you personal ambitions/abilities.
- Guided Hike Rates start at just $109 per person on our group led tour (4 guest minimum).
We’ll pick you up from your lodgings around 9:00 am and Return by 12:30 pm (or leave at 1 pm and return at 4;40 pm) with waters and a snacks.
Pacific Crest Transport-to-Trail Van or Mini-Bus Shuttles are at greatly reduced rates . Just call or text 541 625 9845 for an estimate and bookings.
Zigzagging its way from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon and Washington the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) boasts the greatest elevation changes of any of America’s National Scenic Trails, allowing it to pass through six out of seven of North America’s ecozones including high and low desert, old-growth forest and high-alpine country. From scorching desert valleys in Southern California to rain forests in the Pacific Northwest, the PCT offers hikers and equestrians a unique, varied experiences.
Located within driving distance of San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, Portland, Medford – Ashland and Seattle, the PCT is both easily accessible and blissfully wild at the same time. Whether you’d like to explore the PCT for weeks on end, or just a weekend, it offers the best of the West.
Over the past decade the PCT has become a favorite target of thru-hikers Seen on the movie with Reese Witherspoon, ” Wild” is the true story of Cheryl Strayed’s adventure on the PCT.
Each year, in fact, an average of 500 hikers attempt to cover the full length of the PCT (thru-riders are more rare but increasing in number). Thousands of other hikers and equestrians enjoy this national treasure each year, some traveling only a few miles in the course of a day hike.
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