2: James ‘Jupiter’ Hoher

28d 10h 00m, is the new Florida Trail self-supported speed record. This was way harder than I thought it would be. Although my overall average was 39mpd I realized halfway through I was off pace by a couple days, so the second half of this hike I don't think my milage dipped below 40 more than once and routinely reached 50. Trail conditions were seriously in my favor all the way south, and aside from getting sick 3 days in, I couldn't ask for a different journey. The florida trail was incredible, and I look forward to walking it again. Maybe next time much slower. — I'm tired, my feet are destroyed, and I've now on a different note walked 4,600 miles from Quebec, Canada. Not sure how I'll finish my last 200 towards Key West to complete the Eastern Continental Trail. #floridatrail

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Music: “Breathing” by Lee Rosevere

Show Notes
+@JupiterHikes on Instagram
+Jupiter Hikes on Facebook
+Jupiter Hikes Blog
+Jupiter Hikes on YouTube
+Fastest Known Times on the Florida Trail
+This Jupiter millennial walked 4,800 miles from Quebec to Key West via the Palm Beach Post
+Never Came Back w/Jupiter on the Routes Podcast

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