We hike the PCT really early in the season at the trail head on snoqualmie pass. There was still plenty of snow covering the trail and even more as we got higher in elevation, eventually we started drifting on and off the trail. Our 8 mile intended journey turned into a 5 mile 9 hour hike. We didn't reach our destination due to the weather so we set up camp where we could and settled in for the night on a slope on the side of the mountain. Dangerous, scary, and stupid. However the view the next morning was breath taking. Definitely a great learning experience and make sure you hike certain sections of the PCT during the right times.
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