Day 18: Zero Day at Timberline Lodge

Miles Hiked = 0

A zero day in hiker terminology means zero hiking miles on the trail. So today I got to sleep in a little later – like 7am. Timberline Lodge is known among PCT hikers for its all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet so I took definitely took advantage of that opportunity. I also picked up my resupply box that I had mailed to myself care of the Lodge.

I only have forty-six trail miles left to reach the Oregon-Washington border at Cascade Locks. I was planning on needing two days to get there so I organized my food, checked all my gear and worked on this blog. Unfortunately the wifi at the Lodge was not very good so I wasn’t able to upload photos and post any updates.☹️

My only option was to head back to the bar, enjoy another beer (or two 🤣), rest, relax and enjoy Mt. Hood.

Thanks for following!

11 thoughts on “Day 18: Zero Day at Timberline Lodge

    • Todd, Great footage as usual, you’re making Gary and I thirsty. Enjoy the zero day, love hearing your travels.
      “God, I’d give anything for a drink. I’d give my goddamned soul for just a glass of beer”
      Jack Torrance. The Shinning.

      Marc van G


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