Near the Third Gate
The Pacific Crest Trail Water Reports in HTML Format:
The Pacific Crest Trail Water Report in PDF file format:
PDF format water reports can be cached on smartphones using apps such as Acrobat Reader for offline viewing. The desktop version of Acrobat Reader supports booklet printing [four pages per sheet of paper].
Send updates to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone/text (619) 734-7289 or (619) 734-PCTW [voice mail/text only, no one will answer]. These water reports are compiled from hiker updates, posts to the PCT-L, on-line trail journals, and other on-the-ground reports.
Tech-savvy hikers can view the PCT Water Report in Google Drive format here. Google Drive format requires a Google account and allows exporting the PCT Water Report in a variety of different file formats [OpenDocument, Excel, HTML, CSV, etc].
These reports are provided as a free service to PCT hikers. I believe the information is accurate but the reports may contain errors. The reports are distributed in the hope that they will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
New video, updated 3/1/16
For many years the Pacific Crest Trail Water Report has been one of the most useful presentations for hikers attending ADZPCTKO. The organizers of ADZPCTKO are taking a break this year so we have turned to the internet for this virtual Water Report presentation.
Slides used in the presentation can be downloaded as Power Point format here or as PDF format here. (slides updated on 3/11/16).
It’s early in the hiking season and things may change so check back frequently for updates. We plan on doing several live sessions and updated presentations soon.
This is our first virtual Water Report so let us know of any suggestions or questions in the comments below.
-Double Tap and Halfmile
At the request of hikers attending ADZPCTKKO we are posting slides of the Water Report presentation. They can be downloaded here.
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