Walking The West
2600 Miles from Mexico to Canada Along the Pacific Crest Trail

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I've seen a lot of hiking films that include the Pacific Crest Trail, and by far, this is the best. Perhaps because one of the hikers works in the motion picture industry as a special effects artist. He knows how to tell a great story, supported by strong visuals and an appropriate ...Read more

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