Pacific Northwest Trail

The Pacific Northwest Trail travels through rugged, remote wilderness and downtown Main Streets in small communities.

The Pacific Northwest Trail winds through Northeast Washington.  Although the trail is still young and not entirely defined, it is possible to traverse the PNT from its beginning on the ocean shores of the Olympic Peninsula to the crest of the Rocky Mountains.

For more information, visit the Pacific Northwest Trail Association website.

Maps can be downloaded from the PNT Map Page.  Be sure to bring a GPS or other navigation aids.  More detailed maps of many on the local trails that are incorporated into the Pacific Northwest Trail are available on this site.  Here are links to a few:

Tenmile Trail
Thirteenmile Trail
South Kettle Crest Trail
North Kettle Crest Trail
Flume Creek
Crowell Trails
Shedroof Divide