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PCT Donner-Lincoln Hwy, AZ
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PCT Donner-Lincoln Hwy, AZ  
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This section of the Pacific Crest Trail,Ca can be done as a shuttle or key exchange but I did it as an out and back. Starting at the I 80 Trailhead, Highlights include Azalea Lake, Rora Lake, Lake Angela, the much photographed Lincoln Highway Donner Summit Bridge, and the "Great Wall of the Sierra", named such as 20,000 Chinese constructed this wall in the mid 1800's with manual labor to protect the trains from snow and avalanche's common in this area. Saw many climbers in the area. Trailhead elevation 7200 ft, hike gain of 1600 ft elevation.
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