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All of the Walking Wild trails are in the northwest corner of Washington state.

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Pacific Crest Trail - Extreme North

Rainy Pass is in Washington, on State Route Route 20, approximately 90 miles west of Sedro Wooly, and 35 miles east of Twisp. The Pacific Crest Trail terminus in Manning Provincial Park, British Colombia is on Gibson Pass (Lightening Lake) Road which intersects Canada's Highway 3, approximately 35 miles west of Hope and 35 miles east of Princeton, British Colombia.

Goat Rocks Map

Goat Rocks Wilderness

The Goat Rocks Wilderness is western Washington. From US 12, about a half-mile north of Packwood, Washington, turn east onto Highway 21. After about 12 miles turn onto Forest Service Road 2160. This will take you to two potential entrances. One is a short trail (Trail 121) from the Walupt Lake Horse Camp that will lead to the PCT at the south side of the Goat Rocks Wilderness. This video begins at that point. Walupt Lake also offers two trails into the Goat Rocks Wilderness. The north end of the PCT in the Goat Rocks is at White Pass on US 12.

Map : Alpine Lakes Wilderness

Alpine Lakes Wilderness

The Alpine Lakes Wilderness portion of the Pacific Crest Trail traverses 75 miles from Snoqualmie Pass on I-90 to Stevens Pass on US Route 2. Snoqualmie Pass is approximately one hour from Seattle, Washington. Stevens Pass is approximately one and one-half hours from Everett, Washington.

Map : Whatcom County

Mount Baker
Whatcom County, Washington

The trails in Walking Wild : Mount Baker, North, and Walking Wild : Whatcom County, Washington can all be reached from the Mount Baker Highway (State Route 542) in northwest Washington. They are approximately two hours from Seattle and one hour from Vancouver, British Colombia. From I-5, drive east from Exit 255 (Sunset Drive/Mt Baker Highway) in Bellingham.

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