The new documentary film, Tell it on the Mountain – Tales from the Pacific Crest Trail, follows half a dozen of the 300 or so hikers who attempt the Pacific Crest Trail every year.
While much of the film was shot by professionals, the producers gave cameras to individual hikers, which help provide an intimate look into their experience.
You'll find some of the Pacific Crest Trail's heavyweights featured in the film, including Scott Williamson (multiple PCT record holder) and Billygoat (John Muir look-alike and trail fixture), as well as first timers.
Shaun Carrigan, the Executive Producer, recently offered me a chance to preview the full 2-hour film, and I thought it was wonderfully done.
Even if you've never considered a multi-month trek, the storytelling and scenery from these remote parts of the western United States are captivating.
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