A lot of people were fans of my first Pacific Crest Trail video, Three Second Thru-Hike, and I honestly didn't think it would be such a hit. I am happy with the way it turned out, but I got a lot of feedback about the length of the video (which ends up being over seven minutes), and the music
On day 113 of my Pacific Crest Trail thru-hike I encountered a thunderstorm in the middle of the Three Sisters Wilderness in Oregon. Stuck hiding beneath a tree, begging for the mercy of the almighty Zeus, I did the only rational thing I could think of: I filmed my last will and testament.
The people you meet out on the Pacific Crest Trail are not the same people who left their friends and family behind (and not just because they are now homeless). Seeing a photo of someone before (and oftentimes after) the trail is quite shocking - generally they are barely recognizable. Where is
It takes a long time to walk the 2,600 miles of Pacific Crest Trail, and a good percentage of those miles offer very little in terms of scenery, wildlife, or enjoyment in general (aka most of Oregon). Before I started down the PCT I eagerly watched any video or even raw footage to pump myself up