Pacific Crest Trail hikers have a new option for resupply in Northern California at Regeneration Base Camp.
Regeneration Base Camp can be accessed via Scott Mountain Summit (map) on Highway 3 at PCT northbound mile 1561.3 / southbound mile 1093.9 (according to FarOut). It’s located north of Dunsmuir/Shasta/Castella and south of Etna.
- Address: 14101 S. Hwy 3, Callahan, CA 96014 (map)
- Phone: +1 530 467 3699
- Email: [email protected]
- Instagram: @r_base_camp
- Website: https://www.regenerationbasecamp.com/
Regeneration Base Camp accepts PCT hiker resupply packages at no cost.
You can mail resupply packages via any carrier to the following address:
Your (Real) Name, ETA (month/day)
c/o Regeneration Base Camp
14101 South Hwy 3
Callahan, CA 96014
Note that packages will only be held for 30 days and cannot be forwarded. You must provide a photo ID to pick up your package, so be sure you put your legal name (and not your trail name).
Regarding prices, here is what you can expect to pay for services at Regeneration Base Camp. They accept cash, Venmo, credit, debit, or PayPal; but they charge an additional 5% for any credit, debit, or PayPal purchases.
- Camping: $10 per person per night (includes access to the outdoor kitchen, hot showers, and wifi)
- Hot Shower: $5 (if not camping)
- Wifi: $5 (if not camping)
- Laundry: $4/wash $5/dry
- Shuttle Pickup: $5 (from Scott Mountain Summit)
- Shuttle Return: Free
- Charging: Free (outlets available)
- Tent Cabin: $90/night (via Airbnb), max 2 people (private room only, the bathroom is shared)
- Food available for purchase
Regeneration Base Camp is located 1.5 mi / 2.4 km from Callahan, CA where there’s a post office and a small market (Emporium). Rides to town can be arranged depending on time and availability (or you can walk a leisurely 30 minutes each way); there is a chance bicycles and/or e-bikes may be available for use and/or rent.
There will also be a hiker box (i.e. a place hikers can leave items they no longer want to carry and where other hikers can take things left at no cost).
Did you stop at Regeneration Base Camp during your PCT hike? Leave a comment below and let us all know how it was.