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3 months seems like it would be on the tight side, especially if you're not an endurance athlete capable of sustaining a particularly fast pace every single day. The Pacific Crest Trail Association recommends allowing at least five months for the entire trail, and you're doing a substantial portion of it. The time will depend a lot on weather and other ...


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This will most depend on your own pace, so this is hard to predict. However, on Wikipedia we can find that the PCT association recommends 6 to 8 months for the entire trail. Starting near San Francisco (at Lake Tahoe, still hundreds of kilometres from San Francisco?), you seem to be able to start near the California Section K, which starts at mile 1092, out ...


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San Francisco is the major financial center for US-Pacific trade and the many bank branches will exchange your Euros. There's an exchange booth in one of the largest downtown shopping malls (other locations mentioned; I am not affiliated with that link). The problem is that exchange rates are terrible everywhere in the United States. I don't even get a good ...


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Most of the time, you will get the best rate and convenience by using an ATM. Is this not an option?


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Why not just ask the government? US Citizens - Documents needed for entry into the U.S. What documents, identification, and paperwork does a U.S. citizen need to travel internationally? If you are traveling in the Western Hemisphere (Canada, Mexico, Caribbean, Central and South America): Air Travel: All U.S. citizens departing from or ...



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