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I have read about 5 books about hiking the PCT, Appalachian, and Continental trails and have enjoyed the actual hike as view by the author. I feel I am walking the trail! Read morePublished 1 month ago by AJR
This book has a good balance of personal experience, facts and history, and quotes. If you're interested in the Pacific Crest Trail it's definitely worth a read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mysty Moonlight
This book tells lots of different stories, just the way you would expect the trail to present them!
Told in a folksy style, and punctuated by the author's infectious sense of... Read more
I loved this book, just as I loved his Appalachain Trail book. I would read the Appalachain book first as it gives you a great account of where he came from and read this one... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jennifer Lovett
A good book on hiking with no stories of someone's life outside of the hike. I felt like I was on the trail with him.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good read, not to much drama about his personal life. Could us a little more trail detail for those interested in hiking the PCT.Published 2 months ago by James Jones
Another arresting read by Bill Walker. I only wish he had completed the entire trail, if only so I could read a bit more of his journey. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jef Davis