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What's the longest distance you ever hiked?
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>>2116093
26 km on hilly terrain without training, with i'll do something like 35 km on Apennine terrain
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>>2116093
the longest ive ever paddled was 8km round trip (going back took longer against the outgoing tide)
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>>2116129
Start a thread about paddling then
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in a day, 30 miles
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>>2116093
is that the same dumb whore and she got fat and thinks its funny?
some poor dumb fucker is married to that fat lard
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>>2116093
31 miles, but I was knackered for nearly a week afterwards. 20 miles per day is a more realistic goal.
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>>2116093
1000 miles. Maryland to Georgia.
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>>2116222
I agree with this. I've done a few 30+ mile days, but it's difficult to recover afterwards. I find the sweet spot for me at the moment is 22 miles per day.
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>>2116093
That's not human!
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>>2116198
>completely different hair
>completely different skin tone
>glasses
>is that the same person
Retard
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>>2116279
women can easily shape shift that much after marriage
you are the retard and wil probably learn the hard way
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>>2116282
>no u
Not planning on getting married, retard
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82 kilometers in the army, with 30kg of gear. Took us 26 hours with breaks.
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>>2116291
That's impressive.

>>2116225
>>2116222
Depends on the terrain and weather, my longest was 35 miles in 13h and I finished fresh, this on a hilly path and mild weather.

>Last reply was not even 10h ago and the thread was already at the bottom of the catalog
wtf happened to this board, we used to be slow paced here.
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>>2116223
saw a wild lookin man in the deep woods of GA, walking the rails. looked like he'd walked about that far.
he vanished when i started the 4wheeler and made a Bline towards em. ring any bells chief?
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In a day? 55 miles (90km).
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>>2116604
Fuck, was there a goal attached or it was just a random hike?
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>>2116093
Around 35-40km with 20kg backpack + rifle, before that 3 Days with no sleep (2h per day) and low food ration.
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>>2116223
Good shit, grew up around the blue ridge my whole life and remember my mom always telling me “some guy did the whole 1000 miles again!”
someday i will do it too
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>>2116657

I'd read about JFK trying to introduce a '50 mile in a day' hike to the US military (resurrecting an idea that Teddy Roosevelt had) as a minimum benchmark for physical fitness and, for some reason, the idea stuck in my head. I ended up miscalculating my route back and 50 miles turned into 55. It also ended up being the hottest day of the year. The whole thing was just a great, great experience but my feet were dead by mile 50.
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>>2116093
in a single day 40 kms with 1000m+ and 1000m- of altitude
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>>2116673
Nice, very nice. I have this 85K circular trail near me, now I want to do it in one go.
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>>2116093
Both of these creatures are disgusting.
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>>2116678
Where is this?
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Hiking about 44km. Running about 70km.
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>>2116678

That sounds amazing. Give it a go! Just do a 40/50km hike a few weeks before as a warm up.
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>>2116093
fatty looks like ur mom when she was 12
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>>2116291
Today I learned there are 26 metric hours in a day.
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80km in about 17 hours when I was a scout.
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>>2116695
France

>>2116702
I need to figure the elevation gain first because it's on hilly terrain but not gona lie, I've been thinking on doing it for a while and people like here doing such long distances in a go is motivating.
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>>2116760
Day? Who said that?
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>>2116093
12 miles thus far
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>>2116093
In one day, 55km
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>>2116093
Greenburg approves
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>>2116093
>What's the longest distance you ever hiked?
Without a pack, 21 miles.
With a pack, 17 miles. Although that was because our chosen campsite 10 miles into the trail had no water, so we had no choice but to hike on till we found some. We ended up finding some water after it got dark nearly three hours later, so we just chugged some and passed out. Shitty day.
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>>2116604
>In a day? 55 miles (90km).
This is out of curiosity and not trying to diminish your accomlishment, but what was the trail like? Super flat or hilly? What was your average pace?
I can reliably do 2.5mph with a pack on, maybe 4mph w/o if I'm motivated, so it's just tough to imagine what your day was like to accomplish that feat.
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>>2116093
Why do you care what distance _i’ve_ hiked? Worry about you. Do you want to have a dick measuring contest next?
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>>2116093
~110 Km in 3 days
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>>2116093
35 to 40 miles on the Finger Lakes Trail (New York State) with a heavy pack on my back
That was my longest single-day outing where I was hiking from dark to dark in the late-summer
Some road walking was involved - but at least 75% of the hike was on trails
Got a rare good night's sleep camping that night and called to have someone pick me up the next morning
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>>2116279
Pretty sure she's not married
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>>2116959
My bad I thought this thread was a constrained to a day.
>>2117271
>Jewish
>Apolitical
To big for the oven but would make tons of soap.
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>>2117271
>Want someday
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>>2116093
In a day, 14.6 miles.
On a backpack trip, 40 miles, I backpack to be /out/, not walk through it.
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>>2117261
Calm down tranny, when the hole heals you too can hike longer distances.
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>>2117192
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>>2116093
During my conscription service in the army I had a 95km ruck march with a full combat load, it took us a bit less than 36 hours to finish it. Right before that we had been kept awake for a week in a way that we got to sleep for roughly one or two hours per night.
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>>2117673
what army?
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>>2117688
Finnish Defence Forces. In Finland every male has to serve in either military service (Army, Navy or Airforce) or civilian service (something like wiping grannies butts in an elders home) or go to jail. Majourity opts for military service, naturally.
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>>2117713
Fuck it's rather impressive conscripts are required to do such long ruck. There are professional armies with lesser requirements.
Do you get any cash during that time? How difficult is to go the contract route in the Finnish armed forces?
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>>2117728
IIRC you get ~5€/per day for the first 6 months, about ~8,5€/per day for the months 7-9 and ~10,5€/per day for the months 10-12.
Finland doesn't have contract soldiers like USA has so you can't be enlisted as a private, but you can become an officer if you manage to get in to the National Defence University after your military service. (Given that youare at least a Corporal in reserves. They will give you the reserve officers training before the school starts if you get in.) For NCO's positions there is (used to be?) a proper school, but I think that to become a contracted NCO you first get contracted as a Sergeant (again, you need to have passed the required training during your military service.) and then just progress your way up via promotions and doing the required courses and trainings the military system throws at you.
And about the length of that ruck, my branch was reconnaissance, so that's the reason why we did what we did. It was also our branch march.
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>>2116093
Not far, about 20 miles.
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>>2117749
in under 7 hours, i should add.
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>>2117283
imagine the lampshade from that one.
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>>2117746
Nice, you end your service with some monies in the bank, good fitness and some expertise. Despite being held "hostage" by the state for a year it could be much worse.
Thanks for the info, cheers man.
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>>2116093
22 miles on a wild beach. I have done more but nothing felt longer in my life
>my dad says lets go to the beach
>I say cool the Beach is fun and he really wanted to go 20 mile beach hike with me.
>wake up at 6am gives me 10 minutes to get ready and we leave
> I wear simple shoes and forget sunscreen like an idiot. I am pale as a ghost because of genetics
>my dad says its too late to go back and get sunscreen
>we get there have breakfast I get coffee like an idiot
>think drinking 3 glasses of water at the restaurant is enough to offset the 1 cup of coffee
>my dad promises me there will be a restaurant half way through the hike so I know I can do 11 miles easy
>no need to hoard resources
>if it did or not it didn't matter
> start off on beach
>this is no normal beach no buildings or anything in sight thats fine
> we get 3 miles in no body is around , we find many dead crabs along the beach
>we see our destination in sight far away
>a golden resort in the middle of nowhere , an oasis
> it starts to rain really hard this is fine since it was hot out makes the first 10 miles ok
>shoes and socks get wet don't want blister so I take them off and its the beach so why not put my feet in the water.
>get to resort
>sun is back
>its very nice , everyone is surfing ,surfing USA
>go to restaurant
>my dad and me go to bathroom
>we both looks like beach bums , my dad looks like he should have a metal detector on the sand not be in a place like this
>we get asked for our "membership cards" to get food and even water
>I thought my dad knew we could get food here and water
>I have drank all my water already
> I am fucked
>my dad and me leave we understand its private and people pay money im not mad at them but im disappointed in dad because I thought there was going to be food mid way
>still I am happy to have a hike with my dad
> 11 more miles to go back home
>barefoot
>sun irradiating me
>no water
>longest 11 miles the whole beach looks the same
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>>2117783
>I try to walk backwards to even out the burn and bake other side
>gets old quick
>tough to walk on sand I keep sinking
>feet really hurt ,holding shoes and wet socks
>knowing if I put them on ill not only be burnt but also have blisters
>walk in water because beach
>gets old quick
>10 miles go by I have been reduced to a pink man whos skin is dry and ridged.
>sun feels like it has harden my skin into a shell
>barely can lift my legs , feet are killing me, I can feel the suns radiation
>Still have plastic bottle
> gotta keep America beautiful no matter how tired
>get to area with truck I try to run but cannot lift feet from combo of tired ,sun baking , and dehydration.
>frankinstien shuffle to car
>get in
>find sunscreen
>I am the coldest I have ever been
>get home
>hot shower doesn't even do it nor does 4 blankets
>watch James bond movie where villain has to walk in desert for 20 miles and understands how much that sucks
> I am so pink I cannot touch the sun for a week
> dad says sorry
> I forgive dad , but life is hell
> always prepare for the worse when he asks me to go anywhere from here on out, assume nothing good will come my way
> think at least I will get tan
> all tan peals off my skin in shower like snake
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>>2117805
Edit: I say 10 miles both ways because that's what my dad told me , it turns out it was 11after using google
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>>2117713
>>2117746
I'd gladly go to jail instead of doing a niggers job
>>2117768
>That jew was so fat...
>How fat was the kike?
>They turned her into a lampshade for the sun
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>>2117830
>I'd gladly go to jail instead of doing a niggers job
Cringe. You have to understand that Defence Forces have nothing to do with a zogged up system like the enlisted militaries are. It is illegal to use them for offensive warfare outside of the borders of the country, you can't send conscripts abroad without their consent. So, naturally, if you only have seen the assault forces that USA has, then I understand. But, defending your own peoples country is not a "niggers job". You will fulfill the same duty as what your father, grandfather, and greatgrandfather had.
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>>2117271
she got big testicles
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>>2117854
>defending your own peoples country

I'm from the USA so I don't have a country but if I did I would be happy to defend it
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Longest hike I ever did was probably Gorgonio in SoCal. 19.5 miles with around 5,500ft of vert all the way up to 11.5k elevation. calves were sore for two days after but pretty much felt fine otherwise
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>>2117854
Based finland bro
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>>2116093
Packed, with about 20kg I can do 15km. But I also need light so set up camp. In winter snow I can do no more than 6-7km with the same loadout. With snow shoes.
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>>2117728
You're not required to. If you want to just slack off in the army, there are plenty of opportunities for that. Basically only reconnaissance guys have to march anywhere close to that.
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>>2117854
>Because Germany's defence force didn't walk into Poland, despite it being illegal.
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>>2116093
12 in one day on a hunting trip in the Ouashitas
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>>2118078
>>2118098
>>2118764
Noice.
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>>2116093
In a day? about 14 with some serious incline.
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>>2118981
Km or miles?
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>>2116093
31km with overnight kit
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>>2116093
10 miles with 2k feet in elevation gain and 2k feet in elevation fall
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>>2116552
Corona happened anon.
Too much /in/ going on here.

In a day: 46km on sand with light backpack. Was shaking from exhaustion after campsite was set up.
In one trip? Passau-budapest, along the Danube.
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>>2118731
If you are in a country that starts an illegal invading war, overruling its own legistlation, then choosing the civilian service/jail will not save you from combat. They'd either place you in to some punishment battalion or just outright execute you.
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>>2119351
>Corona happened anon.
>Too much /in/ going on here.
It's ogre.
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>>2116093
In a day: Between 58km and 64 km, not sure.
In one hiking trip: over 300km with about 50km a day.
Wouldn't recommend it.
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>>2120231
What trail on the 300km hike?
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>>2116222
Agreed. Did 28 miles in a day with a 50lb pack and i was fucked by the end
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Like in one go no stopping?
about 5km back from the bar absolutely pissed drunk
otherwise I think when I went to vegas I walked maybe 20km throughout one day, I dont really hike too far because my feet are garbage
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>>2116093
I did 80 miles over 5 days last summer. 75% of the trail was above 10,500 feet elevation. The High point was 13,500. Pic related was from the highest pass on the trail.
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>>2116093
The dude on the right is a dude
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>>2116093
Seattle to just outside of San Francisco
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>>2116093
255 miles is the longest trip Ive ever done. 36 miles is the longest Ive hiked in a single day. It basically killed me.
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Last weekend I did 25km with 1500m incline and a 10kg pack. Was pretty dead, but still did 15km the day after.
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>>2116093
39km + backpack and 35°C, also 3km was on sand
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120 kilometers in 30 hours without sleep. 74 miles. Did it on an adventure race with 3 kg pack.
7 pairs of socks, 2 packs of rye bread, 1 medkit, rainchlothes, and 1 liter of water that i fill at random peoples houses. pack light my niggas!
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>>2121601
Oh and 4 packs of these
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>>2119316
miles sorry to dissapoint
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>>2116093
70 miles in 43 hours. Two night “slept” without a sleeping bag and no food other than almonds which didn’t provide much.
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>>2116093
18 miles, roughly 6,000ft elevation gain (sierra high country)
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>>2121859
so how did you get lost anon?
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>>2121601
Mirin.

>>2121738
No worries bro.
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7.5 days. Great Ocean Walk starting in Apollo Bay, Victoria. 108km. Water on trail but all food carried.
Was ultra comfy, 9/10 would recommend. Based Koalas and Roos in the morning and arvo.
Watch out for sneks.
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>>2116093
About 90km over 5 days. Treacherous but made lifelong friends due to our shared suffering
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>>2117810
>Edit
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>>2116093
94 miles through Southern Utah Rockies
I'm an Eagle Scout so I went backpacking all the time. Probably 500+mi worth.
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>>2116093
this route is a 40 km long organized event, called long walk day by MOUNTAINEERING SOCIETY SKITACI - LABIN.
I went whit my regular snickers and way too little water, and whit extra weight (was fat at a time), but managed to finish it, but there were a couple of apsolute alfas who RUN THE WHOLE THING
I want to go again but last year was COVID and this year I had COVID at the time of the event
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>>2117805
made me chuckle good old parents
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34 km. Elevation difference 400m.
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105 km flat terrain in 19 hours
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>>2116093
52 miles in one day. 2400 miles over one trip.
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>>2116093
23.45 km with 1121 m elevation gain.
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>>2116093
80km marching with the army
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>>2117271
>Apolitical
>Fat
>Jewish
>Woman
One of these does not fit, much like anything but a tarp, for this creature
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>>2116093
was like 40 km all around my grandma her city when bored one day
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>>2123796
With or without pack?
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>>2117271
It's hard for me not to feel compassion toward her, you must be considering suicide pretty often when you're that big. Hope she turns her life around.
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>>2117673
>Just get em used to sleep deprivation
>Psychosis isn't real
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>>2117271
>icon for "jewish" is rubbing hands
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>>2116093
one day? about 17 miles with 7k feet elevation gain
overnighting? 122 miles (wa pct k)
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>>2125794
kek
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All of these huge ass numbers whereas I only hiked something like 30-35 km twice in my life ._.
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>>2124720
A light pack containing just a raincoat, water and energy dense snacks. There were resupply stations every 7-10km.
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>>2116093
Is that the "health minister"
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>>2126737
Hey as long as you enjoy it it's all that matters and if you want to push yourself further then trails are always there waiting for you.
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57 miles, I was too tired to fuck the girl I was with afterwards.
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>>2129607
Did she hiked the same distance?
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>>2116093
~30km with ~4000m of altitude
It even wasn't something special just a multi summit ascend on a few 2500-3000 summits in the Alps

Hardest day was the mont blanc ascension
GPS said 5000m of altitude in one day
Never again

There were some longer tours around the Rhine, Eifel, Bretagne, Amalfi coast etc., but they rarely have noticeable elevation so walking there doesn't feel as much as in the mountains
Plus they weren't hiking holidays so I didn't track the distance and don't know exactly how much I walked
I guess it gets up to 50km on a good day

I occasionally participate in marathons, tho I wouldn't count this as hiking
But technically the longest recorded walk by me was 42km
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>>2116093
70 miles in a day
1340 miles so far on my AT thruhike
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>>2116093
40km in moccasins with my nagging girlfriend when I blew a head gasket 40km from cell reception

my girlfriend was the worst part by far
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>>2129607
Doubt
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>>2130948
kek
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Maybe 4-5 miles. I’m really proud of it lol I could only walk 100-200ft two years ago
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>>2132665
King shit. Keep going bro.
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>>2130939
how do you have the time to do it ? what sort of job do you have to work ?
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One time in uni I walked from the city to my home which was only 56km with a bag full of random heavy shit
Took like 10 hours but I stopped for lunch and a nap along the way
Could have done more but probably wouldn't want to
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>>2116093
30 miles in a day. I did 48 miles in 2 days as well. Both were brutal but fun.
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>>2117271
>kids
>someday

good fucking luck
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>>2116093
20 miles on the mountain biking trails in my backyard
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I ran as far as 22 miles
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45km one day
216km one trip
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>>2116093
Me and my gf hiked 18km to our camp site of same crazy hilly terrain on the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick
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137 miles without stopping
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>>2135907
Yeah, I'm going to call bullshit on that one
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>>2135907
I'm gona need more info on that, chief.
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>>2116093
>>2116093
This is some real heckin kinerino, reminds me of ps 1
Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.
But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.
And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.
The ungodly are not so: but are like the chaff which the wind driveth away.
Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous.
For the Lord knoweth the way of the righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish.
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>>2116093
50 miles over 4 days, untrained. Un-optimal conditions and planning
>>2116129
340 miles in 52 hours. Straight paddling the whole time. Fell asleep an hour or two due to exhaustion.
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If the pandemic taught us anything, its that women have become a bunch of fat goddamn whores
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31km stretch of mountain pass in a day. Last fall I went to a hot spring with two of my friends. It was supposed to be only a 9km hike but the logging road had been closed off for the season so that the grizzle bears could come down from the mountain and fatten up before winter. On the hike in we got a ride from some loggers and spent the whole dad setting up camp and getting drunk while naked in the hot springs, some grade A boys time. The next day was a Saturday so the loggers weren't around so we walked the whole thing. It was a brutal hike, I had to enter a meditative state to keep putting one foot in front of the other, and I found my self banking turns on the path and walking in the smoothest part of the gravel so I could lift my feet less without them dragging. Looking back it was a great experience. The days after I was so sore but felt great, overcoming a challenge like that cured my depression.
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One day 80km round trip. On an established trail, flat terrain. Easy going but was over thirty degrees Celsius and I had run out of water halfway back.

By the time I got back into town I bought 4 large slushies from the convenience and laid in a cold bath when I got home.
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>>2116093
About 8 miles, I'm fat
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>>2124756
I swear to god I was seeing and hearing things by the fifth day. It was awfull.
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>>2135907
thats nothing, i once walked 1,392 miles without stopping, not even to piss





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