HIKE FOR JULIE 2
Bennett Fisher (Jolly) and William Wells (Cola) will hike the 2,659 mile long Pacific Crest Trail beginning May 6, 2017! Follow Hike for Julie on Instagram and Twitter and Julie's Army of Hope of Facebook to follow along on their journey!

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  • One of the longest continuously marked footpaths in the world, measuring over 2,650 miles in length!
  • ​It passes through 3 states: California, Oregon and Washington.
  • It runs along the crests of the Sierra Nevada and Cascade mountain ranges from the southern terminus on the US-Mexico border near Campo, California to the Trail’s northern terminus on the US-Canada border near Manning Park, British Columbia, Canada.
  • ​California is home to the most miles of the Trail (about 1,697), while Oregon and Washington are home to about 457 and 508 miles, respectively.
  • The trail crosses 26 National forests, 7 National parks, 5 State Parks and 4 National Monuments.
  • The trail is a hiker and equestrian trail.
  • The PCT is home to an impressive diversity of terrain including desert, mountain crests, and temperate rain forests.


 

THE PACIFIC CREST TRAIL 

 HIKE FOR JULIE IN THE NEWS









​​​​​​​In 2014, Henry Fisher decided to make a difference in someone else's life. He decided to hike the Appalachian Trail (AT) in honor of our Julie Grace Carroll. Henry along with his son, Bennett Fisher, hiked the entire 2,189 miles in 2015 to raise awareness, support and funds for research of Rett Syndrome. Thank You Henry and Bennett! Please take a few minutes to read Henry's and Bennett's Blogs or contact us if you would like to help support Rett Syndrome research!                                         


                                                  


JULIE'S ARMY

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