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Great Days in the Gorge!
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Amazing Miles from Portland!
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Reasons to Attend!

 Pacific Crest Trail Days is an annual 3-day festival that promotes outdoor recreation, with a focus on hiking, camping, and backpacking.  Attendees are able to check out the latest outdoor products from exhibiting sponsors, participate in activities & games, win awesome gear at the raffles, enjoy local food and beverages, listen to live music, and relax in the beautiful setting in the Marine Park of Cascade Locks, Oregon.  All raffle proceeds are donated to the Pacific Crest Trail Association and the American Long Distance Hiking Association-West.  PCT DAYS is free to attend, with a small fee for overnight camping on Thunder Island.  Don’t miss out on being a part of a great time at the 10th Anniversary Celebration of PCT DAYS!

Be sure to visit the event Facebook and Twitter pages for up-to-date news and special announcements!

“PCT Days is a wonderful opportunity to connect with the community of PCT lovers in the Pacific NW. The PCTA has been part of the event since the beginning, and we are excited to see the event grow and attract more people. The event has a casual, everyone-is-welcome vibe – whether you are a new day hiker or an experienced long-distance hiker, it’s a chance to celebrate the Pacific Crest Trail.”
“Pacific Crest Days is an incredible few days that brings together people from all different backgrounds for one commonality: the outdoors. Cascade Locks provides the ultimate backdrop for the event with the PCT just a short walk away. Osprey Packs loves PCT Days and we encourage you to see why for yourself!”
Kelsy Woodson, Osprey Packs
“I’ve been to PCT DAYS five times and it just keeps getting better every year. The event site is the right type of environment since it’s right on the river and there is enough space for people to camp, mingle and check the latest in outdoor gear…it’s a beautiful location! If you’re into the Pacific Crest Trail, thinking about getting into it, or just looking for a nice get-together of outdoorsy folk, PCT Days is the place!”
Scott Herriott, Squatch Films