• At 2 mph, 9 hours At 3 mph 6 hours. Do the math! :)
• ANd add time if there is elevation gain. That could swing the times WAY up. It once took us 14 hours to walk 6 miles. And we felt like we were going to die at that!
• Depends on the person. I can run a mile in a little over 10 minutes...so I would assume it would be double time walking.
• It would take me about seven hours because I'd stop to eat something and take a drink once in a while.
• It would take me 9-10 hours.
• It would take me about 5 hours. I'm a fast walker.
• too long
• Why would they ? Get a taxi.
• Forever because I can't walk that far without resting now and then.
• Depends on how fast they walk. Not everyone walks the same speed. If someone is walking for exercise if they do a mile in 15 to 20 minutes they are doing very well. The recreational walkers are doing half marathons in about 18 minute mile pace. Olympic race walkers do 7:30 minute miles. So average person might walk 28 miles in between 4 1/2 to 6 1/2 hours. A race walker probably in a little over 2 hours.
• On a flat, fairly level surface with minimal interruptions walking a fairly brisk rate I walk pretty consistently at 3 miles an hour. That would be about 6 hours and possibly a little more for breaks. That also assumes weather is not exremely hot or cold.
• One of my past boyfriends walked 18 mils in about 4.5 hours. He walked it every day for a while. I am a woman, so I would be slower.
• too long
• How fast?