Pacific Crest Trail: White Pass to Walupt Lake


Backpack - Pacific Crest Trail: White Pass to Walupt Lake

This is a hike for dogs or dog friendly hikers. Does your dog not like the fourth, come and join us (My dog and me) as we explore yet another section of the PCT. Registration will open later than normal to ensure the route is safe for travel.

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  • Challenging
  • Mileage: 39.5 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 7,100 ft

To Be Determined later.  Based upon the amount of participants and the number of vehicles required for car shuttle of people, animals and gears, it be will sent out via e-mail after registration opens and the roster is full or close to full. 

This hike requires car shuttles including the animals.  All participants must be willing to drive and shuttle animals as well.

Pace will be easy / moderate with breaks every 1.5 hours to allow for animal care / snacks.  Pace will be adjusted to ensure we make our camp spots nightly.  Keep in mind, Day 4 is short day. 

You will be packing pet waste, please plan accordingly.  What works well, is another stuff sack that you hang from your pack. 

Do the high interest of individuals without animals, I have increase the party size to accommodate that fact. Please advise when requesting permission to register, if you will be bring a pet along. 


Pacific Crest Trail: White Pass to Walupt Lake

  • Green Trails White Pass No. 303

    Green Trails Walupt Lake No. 335

    Green Trails Goat Rocks William O Douglas Wilderness No. 303S
  • See full route/place details.
Required Equipment

Required Equipment

The Ten Essentials plus overnight gear which may include:

  • Tent with footprint/ground tarp
  • Stove and fuel
  • Sleeping bag
  • Sleeping pad
  • Water filter
  • Bear canister or extra stuff sack and cord designated for hanging food
  • Cooking pot/pan with plate and utensils
  • Toilet paper and shovel or blue bag to deal with waste
  • Food for your pet
  • First Aid supplies for your pet
  • Leash for your pet
  • Pet waste trash bags. 
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