Forced off the Pacific Crest Trail due to forest fire, Ryan (Kodak) Brown and his partner Ilse Cinnamon Praet decided on Oregon, instead.
The two cofounded Wilderland Media.
It’s more of a ROUTE, not a continuous trail. More than 150 miles (240 km) of the route is on pavement.
Walked in its entirety, linking each trail/beach section, the distance is approximately 425 miles. …
The northern trailhead is at the base of the south jetty of the Columbia River, approximately 4 miles (6 km) north of the campground of Fort Stevens State Park and about 13 miles (21 km) from the city of Astoria.
The trail runs north-south along the entire Oregon Coast, following the shore as closely as practical.
For many portions of the route, it is beach walking, mostly on sand. In populated areas it often follows the nearest street to the shore.
Many parts of the trail leave the beach and take an inland path, usually where land formations make the shoreline impassable, such as at Cape Kiwanda. …
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