By Henry Netherland

Overcoming the odds on 2,600 mile journey


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Seeley-Swan High School graduate Kyle Peltier on top of the Southern Terminus of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail April 11. Now he is almost 60% of the way through his 2,600 mile trek north.

EDNA, CALIFORNIA - Seeley-Swan High School graduate Kyle Peltier is over halfway through his multi-month journey hiking along the west coast on the Pacific Crest Trail. He began his trek April 11. As of Friday, July 16 he has arrived in Edna, California. Within a few days he will have completed 60% of the 2,600 mile trail.

For the last three months, Peltier has made his way through the entire state of California. Once he reaches Oregon he will have 900 miles left to his end goal of the Canadian border. His group is expecting to be done by early September.

He said so far he has enjoyed the t...

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