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A Thru-Hiker's Heart
"No Way Ray Echols" fell off a 200-foot cliff along the Pacific Crest Trail, to his death on May 15, 2006. He was an experience hiker with over 50 years of experience on the high country, and just on the previous year he hiked the 2650-mile PCT from Mexico to Canada, and was hiking it again, by the time of his demise.
This volume is part of Ray's legacy, he left behind many tales about his trail adventures, encounters with humans and wildlife, lightning strikes an pure unespected pleasures while on the trail.
A Thru-Hiker's Heart shed light on what motivates someone to dedicate so much, endure pain and pressures to become a long distance hiker.
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Tales of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), by Ray Echols
2009, paper, 6"x9" 224 pages with color photo inserts.
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