The worlds longest hike: 36000 miles – One man’s journey of a lifetime

A journey of (one hell) of a lifetime, undertaken by the king of walking Karl Bushby with his partner Dimitri Kieffer. Sometimes dragging a 200 pound sled across ice fields and sometimes looking for water in desert conditions, they covered every terrain imaginable. Thirty six THOUSAND miles walking, and incomprehensible distance, this man needs an award. Karl, a 42 year old former paratrooper but also a self diagnosed “professional hobo” bought a cheap flight to Chile with $800 in his pocket and just started walking…. walking between 2000 miles a year between 1998 to 2006.

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