20 Miles a Day &
489,000 Feet to Climb

The path of your financial future involves climbs, descents,
unforeseen changes, and unexpected challenges.
This is your journey

Over 2,600 hikers have completed the Pacific Crest Trail between Mexico and Canada. For those on this great journey, the motivation of completing the 2,650 mile trail is what drives them to walk an average of 20 miles every day, manage difficult challenges including low water supply or injury, and withstand over 489,000 feet of elevation gain over the course of the trail.

Between difficult climbs, scary descents, strong winds, snow-covered trails, and challenging white-water river crossings, these PCT hikers have planned for months in advance – spending the time, energy and effort necessary to prepare themselves for these unexpected challenges. They understand the road will be long and the journey may be difficult, but that’s okay – because they’re planning for it.


Creating a plan to conquer these challenges is essential, and understanding what is driving you to your destination will help shape the path you are on. No matter where you start, navigating the unknown is the most critical part of any journey, and this is where Trek can help.

Your journey should be unique
-designed just for you.

Our independent advisors are fiduciaries, and never driven by sales. They are driven by you, your ambitions and your values. They are driven to provide knowledge and advice that is best for your journey.

Regardless of whether you are just creating your path, or you are adjusting the path you have been on for many years, our advisors strive to discover what pushes you to succeed, understand the way you want to live, and learn about the values you live by.


The Internal Revenue Service has recently updated the tax brackets, standard deductions, and limits on retirement contributions for the 2024 tax year.