Pacific Crest TrailThe Village Inn is not exactly well-known for this reason, but we should be.
We have loaner clothes, a hiker box, outdoor decks where you can dry your gear, and a pool where you can lounge on your zero day! Call ahead for local area information, trail closures and re-route details. We may even be willing to provide you a shuttle during your stay here.
A great stop for hikers and people who want to support or visit them!When staying here you are only a short distance away from where the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) crosses the highway. The trailhead is a half mile to the east. The Village Inn is less than 60 minutes from the city of Yakima if you need certain items, or you can re-supply next door at the Kracker Barrel store which accepts USPS mailed packages.
- "We wish we would have spent more time in the Goat Rocks." - Section H trip report
- Backpacker Magazine agrees, start your best weekend on the PCT before or after a Zero at the Village Inn.
- Download Halfmile Section Maps H & I.
We usually have plenty of rooms at the Inn and our new online system allows you to book at your convenience. However, the office closes at 8:00 PM and opens at 9:00 AM. If you plan on arriving late make your reservation before 8:00 and give us a call, we may be able to make arrangements suited to your arrival time. Make time for a Zero day just shy of mile 2300.
On a side note, because you might get to meet her - Here is an article about Zippee, our accountant who hiked from Mexico to Canada in 2016.
Not up for an inter-continental hike? You do not have to travel the entire trail from Mexico to Canada to get a feel for the experience. Trek a couple of miles in either direction to end up alongside an alpine lake with an incredible view.