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The Pacific Crest Trail is the tougher, lonelier counterpart to the Appalachian Trail. In 1995, Cheryl Strayed was a 20-something and was damaged goods, sent into a downward spiral after her mother died of cancer. To find herself again, she decided to hike the Pacific Crest Trail from southern California to the Bridge of the Gods at the Oregon/Washington border. She takes an unflinching look at who she was, why she took on this quest, and how unprepared she was. Like a pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago, she hoped to find her center again. This was an Oprah book club pick in 2012. It is also available as an audiobook via Audible.com. The movie with Reese Witherspoon was very good, but you'll get more depth from the book.
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