The Pacific Crest Trail (Section #100) has a maximum elevation of 9,335 ft (2,845 m), a minimum elevation of 8,373 ft (2,552 m), and an elevation gain of 25,465 ft (7,762 m) in the [ A to B ] direction.
The following chart shows the total calories that you may expend on the Pacific Crest Trail Section #100 while hiking in the [ A to B ] and [ B to A ] direction at a typical speed and is based on gross weight (which includes anything carried), the topography, trail length and trail conditions.
We survey thousands of miles of trails each year. The following metrics are based on the most accurate trail data; no crowdsourced data.
|[ A to B ] or [ B to A ]|
|Steps 1||Length 2||Min Ele 3||Max Ele 4|
|21,551||10.1 mi||8,373 ft||9,335 ft|
|[ A to B ]|
|Time 5||Floors 6||Gain 7||Loss 8|
|3.8 hrs||0.4||25,465 ft||27,696 ft|
|[ B to A ]|
|3.8 hrs||0.1||27,696 ft||25,465 ft|
The length of the Pacific Crest Trail Section #100 is 10.1 mi (16.2 km) or 21,551 steps.
A person in good physical health can hike the Pacific Crest Trail Section #100 in 3.8 hrs in the [ A to B ] direction, and in 3.8 hrs in the [ B to A ] direction.
Download free Disaster Peak topo maps and the adjoining quads to plan your hike. These are full-sheet, 7.5 Minute (1:24,000 scale) topographic maps.
Yes, and it's free! The Pacific Crest Trail Section #100 is located on the Disaster Peak topo map. Use the adjoining quadrangle legend to download the map.
PCT100T.kmz is a free KML custom map of the Pacific Crest Trail Section #100 that you can download and view in Google Maps®, Google Earth® and Garmin® handheld GPS devices including the eTrex®, Colorado and Montana series.
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