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Mountains, snow and blue skies in Glacier National Park.
Rocky Mountains - 239 Miles

The Pacific Northwest Trail begins its westward journey high in the Rocky Mountains within sight of the Canadian border. This easternmost region of the trail offers a truly wild backcountry experience.

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Rock Pass in the Pasayten Wilderness, where the PNT and PCT share trail Photo by Andy PorterEastern Washington - 345 Miles

The Eastern Washington region  includes a mix of rugged mountain ranges interspersed with rolling hills and river valleys.

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PNT along the east bank of Baker Lake, in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Photo by Ashley HillNorth Cascades - 267 Miles

In many ways, the North Cascades epitomizes the Pacific Northwest and the PNT. It includes vast areas of wilderness, as well as working forests and popular recreation destinations.

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Rainbow over the PNT in Skagit CountyPuget Sound - 139 Miles

Four million people make the Puget Sound area home, and for good reason. Who wouldn’t want year-round hiking, world-class wildlife viewing, and thousands of miles of shoreline in their backyard?

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Sunset along the Olympic CoastOlympic Region - 223 Miles

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 and pristine rocky beaches on the other.

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