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The '''Pacific Crest Trail''' (PCT) extends along the West coast of the [[United States]], from [[Mexico]] to [[Canada]].  It passes through [[California]], [[Oregon]], and [[Washington State]].
 
The '''Pacific Crest Trail''' (PCT) extends along the West coast of the [[United States]], from [[Mexico]] to [[Canada]].  It passes through [[California]], [[Oregon]], and [[Washington State]].
  
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The route was first explored in the 1930s by teams from the YMCA.  Clinton Clarke and Warren Rogers lobbied the federal government to provide a corridor.  The PCT was eventually designated one of the first scenic trails in the National Trails System authorized by Congress in 1968, and was dedicated in 1993.
  
 
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The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) extends along the West coast of the United States, from Mexico to Canada. It passes through California, Oregon, and Washington State.

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The route was first explored in the 1930s by teams from the YMCA. Clinton Clarke and Warren Rogers lobbied the federal government to provide a corridor. The PCT was eventually designated one of the first scenic trails in the National Trails System authorized by Congress in 1968, and was dedicated in 1993.

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