From Forester Pass and Tulomne Meadows in California; to Crater Lake and Cascade Locks in Oregon; across the Bridge of the Gods in Washington and up to the Canadian border, the Pacific Crest Trail spans over 2,600 miles. Trekking up the entirety of the United States west coast, the trail criss-crosses some of the country’s best wine growing regions.

In Washington State, the Pacific Crest Trail follows the Cascade Mountains through the state. To the east of this range lie the rugged, fertile lands of Washington wine country. Vines thrive under the rain shadow of the Cascade Mountains, producing powerful fruit at elevations of up to 3,000 feet. Pacific Crest Wine Co. seeks to capture the sense of beauty and adventure defined by the Pacific Crest Trail.