Pacific Crest Trail Won’t Be Severed After $1.6M Deal With Landowner

November 17, 2017

The Pacific Crest Trail Association set a deal to preserve the PCT for future generations.

Excerpt: “The Pacific Crest Trail Association Wednesday closed a deal to buy more than 400 acres of land in the Stevens Pass area, preventing the famous 2,650-mile trail from being severed about 160 miles from the Canadian border.

The PCTA reached a $1.6 million deal with a private landowner, who the association said had threatened to erect a fence and close off access for the public.”

Read the full article in The Chronicle.