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Board of Directors

Board Who We Are Join Our Board! Pacific Northwest Trail Association Board Members work hard  to provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance for the PNTA.  Boar… http://pnt.org/who-we-are/board/

History

Who We Are Long-distance trails are as ancient as the seasonal migration routes of hunter-gatherers. And, as you probably know, famous emigrant routes, such as the Oregon Trail, p… http://pnt.org/who-we-are/history/

Partners

Who We Are National Parks Glacier                        North Cascades Olympic National Forest Flathead Kootenai                    Idaho Panhandle Colville               … http://pnt.org/who-we-are/partners/

Volunteer

Get Involved At PNTA, we believe in the power of community.  Becoming a volunteer who dedicates their time and talent is one of the most important ways to get involved in protect… http://pnt.org/get-involved/volunteer/

Donate

Get Involved Donate Now *Using Chrome browser and no PayPal account?  Click Donate button and then click continue near credit card logos at bottom of next page. We have a vis… http://pnt.org/get-involved/donate/

Service Knowledge Youth (SKY)

Through participation in day-long outdoor educational or week-long campouts, Service Knowledge Youth Participants help with trail maintenance and construction, campground restorati… http://pnt.org/what-we-do/youth-programs/sky/

Priority Projects

What We Do We work tirelessly to improve the outdoor recreation experience offered by the Pacific Northwest Trail. We build and maintain trail, provide resources to our users, col… http://pnt.org/what-we-do/projects/

Trail Advocacy

We consider ourselves to be the primary protectors of the Pacific Northwest Trail and are advocates on the trail’s behalf. We want to see the Pacific Northwest Trail completed, p… http://pnt.org/what-we-do/trail-advocacy/

Youth Programs

What We Do Sky Program In 2000 the Pacific Northwest Trail Association started the Service Knowledge Youth (SKY) Program. SKY works with youth ages 14 – 18 from local alternativ… http://pnt.org/what-we-do/youth-programs/

FAQ

The Trail National Parks Glacier                        North Cascades Olympic National Forest Flathead Kootenai                    Idaho Panhandle Colville                … http://pnt.org/trail/faq/

Every Day Hikes

The Trail Day hiking the Pacific Northwest Trail is a great way to discover some of the Pacific Northwest’s greatest treasures. The Pacific Northwest Trail has many great access… http://pnt.org/trail/every-day-hikes/

1,200 Milers

The Trail Congratulations on your PNT Thru-Hike After 1,200 miles, you know this trail. You know the views that made your heart soar, the slogs that made your feet sore, the hid… http://pnt.org/trail/long-distance-hiking/1200-milers/

Thru-Hiker FAQ

National Parks Glacier                        North Cascades Olympic National Forest Flathead Kootenai                    Idaho Panhandle Colville                        Ok… http://pnt.org/trail/long-distance-hiking/thru-hiker-faq/

Eastern Washington

The Eastern Washington region  includes a mix of rugged mountain ranges interspersed with rolling hills and river valleys. After descending from the storm-catching ridges of the … http://pnt.org/trail/regions/eastern-washington/

Long Distance Hiking

1200-Miler Congratulations! Please check out our 1200-Miler page for info on how to send us your information, how to get on our Hiker Yearbook, and also how to let us know how yo… http://pnt.org/trail/long-distance-hiking/

Olympic Region

The Pacific Northwest Trail across the Olympic Peninsula is an experience of extremes. It begins and ends at sea level with the Victorian homes of artsy Port Townsend on one end … http://pnt.org/trail/regions/olympic/

North Cascades

The Trail Get Maps Check out our map page, from thru maps to day hikes. View Our Galleries See some amazing imagery of the North Cascade Region trail Day Hikes Short on time… http://pnt.org/trail/regions/north-cascades/

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