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A Section-Hikers Contribution to the PNT

In 2011, after hearing about the Pacific Northwest Trail, tripple crowner Melanie Simmerman decided to visit the communities along the trail corridor to publish a Pacific Northwest Trail Town Guide. She finished her section hike of the Pacific Northwest …
  Pacific Northwest Trail Town Guide and section hiker, Melanie Simmer, stopping for a photo on the PNT.  Photo by Melanie Simmerman.  “You caught me doing updates.  Yet… http://pnt.org/blog/section-hiker-and-pacific-northwest-trail-town-guide-author-hiking-pnt-and-town-guide/

Recreation Northwest Outdoor EXPO

Join us at this years Recreation Northwest Outdoor EXPO, a gathering of the best and the brightest in the local and regional outdoor recreation scene. This is your chance to connect with the resources you need for a healthy year ahead.
Join us at this years Recreation Northwest Outdoor EXPO, a gathering of the best and the brightest in the local and regional outdoor recreation scene. This is your chance to conne… http://pnt.org/get-involved/calendar/recreation-northwest-outdoor-expo/

Building a Multi-Purpose PNT for Hikers, Horseback Riders AND Mountain Bikers

Almer Casile, representative for mountain bikers on the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail Advisory Council, is a die hard mountain biker. Casile hopes that by holding a seat on the PNNSTAC, he can work to include mountain bikers in the Advisory Cou…
Al Casile and his son Max enjoy time mountain biking together.  Photo by Randy Pulk. Like other active adults, Almer Casile looks back on his childhood as foundational to … http://pnt.org/blog/building-multi-purpose-pnt-hikers-horseback-riders-and-mountain-bikers/

Volunteer Spotlight: Cabinet Back Country Horsemen work on the PNT in the Kootenai National Forest

The Cabinet Chapter of the Back Country Horsemen have been awarded a two year, $10,000 expense reimbursement grant from the Recreational Trails Program to perform work on the Midge Creek Trail, part of the Pacific Northwest Trail, on the Three Rivers Dist…
Cabinet chapter members and their stock packing in supplies. Photo by Cabinet Back Country Horsemen.  "The Three Rivers District of the Kootenai National Forest has been tr… http://pnt.org/blog/volunteer-spotlight-cabinet-back-country-horsemen-work-pnt-kootenai-national-forest/

Must-see landmarks of the PNT

National Scenic Trails are known for their beauty, natural and man made. We've compiled a list of the best landmarks of the Pacific Northwest Trail to get you ready for summertime explorations. From Glacier National Park to the Olympic Coast, these sites …
National Scenic Trails are known for their beauty – natural and man made. We've compiled a list of the best landmarks of the Pacific Northwest Trail to get you ready for summertim… http://pnt.org/blog/must-see-landmarks-pnt/