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Hiking vs. Biking

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Restless28, Mar 29, 2012.

  1. Restless28

    Restless28

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    Which do you prefer, and why? Hiking or biking?
     
  2. *ASH*

    *ASH* FURBANITE

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    hiking for sure . you can go more places , plus we go camping so it goes along with hiking . :supergrin:
     

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    FLIPPER 348 Bigfoot enthusiast enthusiast

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    we do lots of both, would hate to lose out on either one
     
  4. Golddog

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    I've done huge amounts of both (and even more running - over 100,000 miles run in the past 40 years - and a fair amount of canoeing and kayaking). Biking gets you farther faster, but you don't really see as much, although long bike tours are addictive.

    I abandoned biking on the roads because it was too damned dangerous - too many drivers are inattentive, incompetent, or vicious. Now I hike in the woods two or three hours a day and run the trails two hours a day.

    If I were forced to choose among all of these activities, I'd go for the hiking. The slower pace and deeper immersion in my surroundings suits me best.
     
  5. aircarver

    aircarver Descent Terminated Silver Member

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    Biking.

    Hiking seems like being a fly stuck on an endless flypaper plain ....

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