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What are the best long distance walks in Europe?
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>>2692749
Tbh I have no idea. There are a lot of euros on here that complain about the lack of nature and the lack of camping availability in their areas. Some of them have made threads about how there's no wildlife, camping is illegal, etc.
Euros don't have enough land for /out/for me to respect them or take them seriously. Just seems like a cucked continent to me.
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>>2692757
I’d rather come across an 11th century chapel or a 13th century castle ruin when out walking than the 100,000th tree
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>>2692757
Hiking is more popular in the US, ostensibly because of the numerous wild areas and places one can actually stay outdoors. Which continent is better is a matter of opinion, but how common it is in the US compared to Europe is a fact. This has led to most innovation and popular consensus emanating from the US.

We even see the same thing happening on a macro level in the US, with opinions from the West Coast dominating the conversation, especially with regards to gear selection.

>>2692768
You won’t come across a castle because they’re all well known tourist destinations or historic landmarks.
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anywhere with everymansrights
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>>2692749
Up through scandinavia or around the baltic coast
Down the danube to the black sea
Down the rhine to the alps
Balkan coastline
Spanish and portuguese atlantic coast
I'd prefer a bike. Makes it easier to pass urban areas and find a camp spot each night. Generally Not a problem though and you can even make a fire most times.
>>2692821
>t. has never been out in europe
The bigger and well preserved castles are tourist destinations. Theres tons of small or ruined ones everywhere, especially if you follow river valleys. Its easy to just run into old structures that have no one else visiting and a lot of the more busy ones are worth a stop if you go through there anyways.
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>>2692821
>with opinions from the West Coast dominating the conversation, especially with regards to gear selection
Yes, west coast voices are often loudest in gear selection debates which is unfortunate because hiking in the east is a vastly different experience that sometimes requires different gear.
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>>2693198
I tried memeing this phenomenon into being called “the California influence” but I think people just go into a blind rage when they see the word “California” so it didn’t really catch on.

Whether it’s popularity, attitudes, or something else entirely is up for debate, but there’s no doubt that the West Coast has a disproportionate influence with regards to gear.
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>>2693201
Right, which does eastern hikers a disservice when the people making gear recommendations are accustomed to hiking on trails like picrel
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>>2692757
>americuck
>perpetuating retarded false memes
color me surprised
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>>2692757
Euros made no such threads. Amerilards like yourself say that crap.
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>>2693466
>t. king of all europe
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>>2692749
none of those
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>>2693467
Us Eurostallions harvest thousands of travelling mutterinas each year and ravage them in tents, bivouac sacks and hostels. It is a silent outdoors sexual holocaust few people dare to utter word about.
Such is the power of a straight bloodline and world-class outdoors- for the time the latter will still be existing, tragically.
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>>2692757
Based good job anon, never take your foot off their necks
>>2693198
>>2693201
Well the scale and intensity of wilderness is much greater on the west coast as well as the portion of the population who are outdoor enthusiasts. And no that picture of an access road is not what trails look like in the Cascades.
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>>2693776
Bubba you're the only one with a foot on your neck, your own to be accurate. That's judging by how torn your rectum is over getting called out as a mutt.
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>>2693778
Ok, now the Anon calling everyone “Bubba” as an insult makes sense; he’s European. I didn’t understand why someone would be so clueless as to the urban/rural devide and how the name “Bubba” relates to it, considering /out/ has such a disdain for city dwellers. It’s an American colloquialism, so it’s understandable that a Eurofag wouldn’t get it.
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>>2693794
Yeah he’s that Italian boot sperg and I’ve noticed too he weirdly tries to use “bubba” as an insult. I actually wouldn’t have came in this thread talking shit but I knew he’d be lurking lmao
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>>2692821
>You won’t come across a castle because they’re all well known tourist destinations or historic landmarks.
kind of true, but most castle ruins are barely visited by tourists because its just some remnants of walls and towers
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>>2692749
E11, simply cause its crossing thorugh my district
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>>2692749
Hadrian's wall (the horizontal line in the middle of the UK) is a sight to see. I haven't done the entire thing myself, but my friend has. There are many good pubs along the way, so those have become part of the journey.
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greek is where the inhospitable zoone starts.
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>>2693794
If bubba isn't an insult you mustn't be offended and cease the foot stomping at once.
I'm warning you, you'll get your ass disciplined by your mother when she founds you two bubbas went crapping out again.
>>2693796
Holy cow, I've totally and irreparably BUCK BROKEN this mutt.
Again, not italian but whatever suits you, bubba.
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>>2692757
Norway has more freedom when it comes to hiking than you will ever have lol
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>>2693853
Most countries in Europe allow free passage over rural land and some form of bivouac, mutts eternally BTFO.
But has anyone done any of the trails in OP's picture?
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>>2693846
You’re using it to cause offense but no one is offended, just annoyed. It’s like that guy who keeps telling the same lame ass joke but no one is laughing at it but him. You should feel bad about this but you’re too stupid to even understand why.
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>>2693865
Of course you're not offended... LMFAO HAHAHAHA that's right bubba, you're totally impotent and can't do anything about this boisterous stallion shitting all over your raisin of a head.
Now do you care to write anything related to the thread like I did in the post above yours? Can't do it? Cry about it.
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>>2693868
>that guy who keeps telling the same lame ass joke but no one is laughing at it but him.
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>>2693868
>refers to himself as a stallion
confirmed wop
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>>2693877
>but no one is laughing at it but him
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>>2693880
>can't stand other men being more masculine than them, they must be italian
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>>2692749
If you want a good euro path you should go thru all of the balkan countries particularly bosnia, montenegro and albania. Tons of historic sites that arent tourist traps, lots of +2000m peaks with real nature and europes largest rainforest. The only downside is landmines but they can be avoided if you know how to navigate properly.
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>>2693853
Being able to trespass on property without legal repercussions isn’t freedom, it’s regulation.
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>>2693883
>the joke
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>you
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>>2694052
Regulation they'll probably have to change sometime in the next ten or fifteen years; migration will destroy all high-trust societies.
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>>2694049
>The only downside is landmines
Yeah no thanks. Plenty of places to walk where I won't be instantly blown apart.
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>>2694053
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>>2694049
Albania is a shithole and Bosnia or most of it is too, Montenegro seems to be a nice place but I wonder how long it'll be before the hordes of hylic locusts will invade and destroy it it if they haven't already.
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>>2694052
Nobody carries anything they call theirs past the grave. Right of passage has limits and I don't know of a country on this continent where the privacy of the domicile isn't protected by law.
A common complaint of americans is one cannot access otherwise unanthropized rural land without payments or permissions, that we have largely avoided for a reason.
>>2694061
Nonsense. Furthermore immigrants don't go outdoors.
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>>2694066
Its not a big deal, just dont think about it
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>>2692757
>a lot of euros on here that complain about the lack of nature
I strongly suspect those are mostly Americans trying to troll.
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>>2692757
Is that... a comment?! I'm SEEEEEEEETHING
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>>2692757
GYATT
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>>2693854
Anon they are European road networks, not trails
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>>2692749
This thread is a week old and there’s been like one actual response. What does that tell us?
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>>2692749
the biggest one you have is the ways of st james, which is nice out of summer, and you dont need to care about the religious parts
we have shitton of long distance walks in europe, we just call it other ways, unironically look for pilgrim ways https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilgrims%27_way
or transhumance ways https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transhumance
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>>2695507
And the response >>2692757 put euromutts on clutch. He fuckin annihilated them.
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Another thread clogged by mutt ego babble and how they keep embarrassing themselves without a shred of self awareness.
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>>2695544
that's not a response to the FPBP. euros are just eternally cucked, and that's actually sad.
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>>2695555
>Make shit up
>Lap up that shit
>Proceed with more ego babble
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It’s not a lack of options, it’s a lack of will. There are established long distance hikes in Europe, but they go practically unused by an uninterested population.
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>>2692757
How do you respond to this without sounding mad?
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>>2692749
Walking to the market in Stockholm through a sea of homeless gibbering migrants with itchy raping fingers can be a pretty fucking long walk indeed.
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I walked the Via Dinarica "white trail" to Sarajevo from Slovenia a couple years ago, missed out on the even wilder Albanian part because I had to catch a flight. It's 850 miles along the Dinaric Alp ridgeline, road and forest gravel trail walking is limited unlike many long trails in Europe where you'll be walking these a good percentage of the time following an established path. I'd go a couple days without seeing others out there for a stretch. HIGHLY recommend this trail to my fellow long distance hiking Eurobros. The Velebit section through Croatia is especially beautiful but dry as fuck in the summer, I felt like laying down and melting in to the ground up there in 2022 when there was forest fires and shit popping up and the temps were in the 40's.

There's a good few brown bears up there, and people said there were still migrants from the big "refugees welcome" migrant waves living a cave person life in the wildernesses because they got refused entry to Europe, and I saw some Arabic carvings in a sealed shelter between Slovenia and Velebit in Croatia, pretty spoopy. You also walk through a couple mine fields in Bosnia, and I dunno how accurately those niggas marked all the potential mine areas, also the waymarks are noticeably fucked up as soon as you go from Croatia to Bosnia and Bosnia's where all the mines are lel.
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>>2695706
the white one is the only one worth hiking btw as far as satellite maps go
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>>2695707
What about the other two?
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>>2695713
mines above the global average but not that big its an optical illusion

the other two I don’t know about, but they looked shit on satellite desu
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i´m color blind as fuck so, whats the name of this trail?
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>>2695721
The global average is like 12cm. Put some pants on and stop stealing religious artefacts lmao. What's shit about them? Anthropized?
>>2695726
Looks like E8
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>>2695706
The mines aren't so bad, you can easily walk thru the middle of a minefield if you know what you're doing. It's just a scare tactic to keep western euros out. Just dont walk thru brush in a mined area, you can follow animal tracks, old trenches or illegal logging tracks, I used to illegally log in minefields around my area once you get used to it and follow certain rules its not as dense as it seems on a map. Of course if you're not a native just dont go into marked areas and youll be fine, most marked areas have a "clean" buffer of about 5-10m from the sign.
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>>2692757
eurosistsers, our response???
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>>2695891
It has so many responses. Read one of those my American troll friend.
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>>2695980
seething isn't a valid response
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>>2696033
Trying too hard, bubba.
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>>2696033
It's the samefag. Probably you actually. You bump your own thread by responding to the first reply with faux outrage. Anyone who has actually been /out/ in Europe knows that it's nonsense.
Enjoy your trolling, I suppose you got a lot of replies even if more than 50% were yourself.
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>>2692757
>>2696941
Samefag
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>>2696941
>>2697516
>calling the samefag out for samefagging but you're really the samefag all along: A film by M. Knight Shyamalan
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>>2692757
>>2696941
>>2697516
>>2697525
I’m literally all of these people.
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>>2697532
Samefagception
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>>2695706
Very nice!
I wanted to do the white trail for a while as well. How did you navigate? Did you get lost often? How did you manage with water in the Velebit? How long did it take you?
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The goat
https://www.mountainsandme.ca/tear-overview
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>>2692768
Cope
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>>2693206
wtf lol I live in the rainforest. This doesn’t look like the trails around me. A fucking beach road in northern Cali is what this looks like
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>>2692821
>>2692768
>American niggas be like "Yeah nigga I'm a pawn, checkmate yo"
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>>2697698
This entire thread is Americans and so are you.
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>>2692821
>You won’t come across a castle because they’re all well known tourist destinations or historic landmarks

Absolutely retarded take only an amerimutt can make
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>>2692821
>You won’t come across a castle because they’re all well known tourist destinations or historic landmarks.
Americans can't comprehend small villages having castle ruins and a 1000 year old church nobody even cares about lmao
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This thread is a mess. Fuck you /out/
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>>2698311
Oh, wow, is this true? Can you guys post some pictures?

Captcha: post
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>>2699971
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>>2692757
bitch, half of your "country" is a literal desert
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>>2700152
>desert bad!
Anon, are you serious? Deserts are one of the most beautiful landscapes on the planet.
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>>2700157
Deserts filter /out/. It has been that way for years.
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>>2699971
Here are all the medieval stone churches in my region of Norway, Trondheim in the top rigth corner for refrence. This is Norway so you can just imagine how mutch more and older churches are to be found on the continent.
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>>2701872
pic related, the purple one
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>>2701873
Is it time for shitpost bumpin?
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>>2702005
What do you mean?
I am both >>2701872 and >>2701873. You can only post 1 picture per post so why not bump the thread with 2 picture posts?
Just by looking at the time between post you should know it is the same person.
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>>2695579
Looking at this makes me sad
I've tried doing a couple of these walks but the wife always fucks it up
>Yarmouth to Ventor, wife falls down a cliff, gets tired, gets a bus there
>South coast path Lulworth to Swanage, wife falls down a cliff, twists her ankle, have to walk through an active army firing range to get a taxi home
>Studland > Old Harry > Swanage, actually successfully done this a few times
Why is my wife so fat/clumsy
Pic related is one of the cliffs she fell down, sadly not into the water
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>>2692821
>hiking is more popular in us
get fucked, are you serious? you guys dont even walk to the store or work, how many of you can put on your hiking boots at home and just go somewhere? right, almost none.
you just created the Thing hiking and then claim ownership of it, while we just call it going for a walk, a sunday stroll up the mountain, visiting our cabin, going fishing or just being outside.
historic sites are usually well known but there are so many of them only a small percentage are actually signed and marked on maps because they are absolutetly everywhere.
some parts of europe was actually more spread out in settlements before the bubonic plague and has not reached that spread ever since, the population increase has largely been urban ever since.
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>>2694049
>the only downside is landmines
Part and parcel of living in a balkan country, chud
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>>2702711
Massive cope and you know it.
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>>2699971
this is a castle on a hill from the mid 1700s near where I live that no one visits
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>>2702705
I can just imagine her putrid keening and crying while you make awkward comforting noises like a dying sheep

Ugh people are disgusting
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>>2699971
In my country it is true.
Since anon's post mentioned castles and old churches, my picrel includes both.

Medieval castle tower and adjacent to it round romanesque rotunda (11th century).
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>>2694052
>it isn’t freedom to be able to move freely in nature
>it’s freedom to get prosecuted for roaming in nature
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>>2694049
Are you the dude who had to yell DJ Khaled quotes at your pothead friend to encourage him to climb up some semi-dangerous cliffside in the Dinaric Alps?
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>>2699971
From Bulge area, here's a 2000 yo roman column near Literally Where ville, population, almost 400
I didn't know about it, despite not living very far, until a relative shared this article on Facebook(sharing it for more pictures and info): https://novini247.com/novini/ravno-pole-proryazano-ot-patishta-za-koli-i-obrabotvano-ot_5870086.html
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>>2692821
>>2692821
Such a fucking retarded take. How hiking can be more popular in US if y'all addicted to your cars and being fat. People in EU just don't give a fuck about 4 chan dot com hence why u don't see them here + you yourself never been to any other country to know anything about their hiking etc so u just say shit about the only thing that you know about and act like you know shit.
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>>2702705
What the hell, haha!
>Dammit, wench.
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bump
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>>2692749
Europe is literally all urbanized. You'd just be looking at asphalt and roads for the entire walk. Hell, you can't even camp or light fires because it's illegal.
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>>2702920
>Wow... is that... a LE ROMAN column?!?!?
Do eurabians really
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Are you implying the illegality will inhibit ignition in my pile of dry sticks and tinder?
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>>2705358
>american coping because his country is 1/10th the age of a stone pillar in a country with the GDP of three germans
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>>2692821
Europeans hike and shut up about it, americans talk about hiking and make their whole personality revolve around hiking
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>>2702927
>I swear I’m European and I know a lot about it
>y’all
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>>2707321
>>2707331
>Americans keep bumping the thread pretending to be assmad Europeans
You're probably >>2692757
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>>2707342
Oi, you got a loicense for that observational skill mate?
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>>2692821
There are a handful of European companies that make decent hiking gear, but you’ll never hear about them. It’s a tiny, niche market because, again, Europeans aren’t into it.

Atom Packs comes to mind, and Wylie Sky Gear (both British). There’s Bonfus, an Italian Company making shelters. Cumulus is polish, focusing mostly on quilts but I think they make shelters as well. There’s definetly a German company making backpacks whose name translates as “piggyback” in English (looked it up; “Huckepack”). There’s also a Polish hammock company (I think) and DD, the UK hammock company that makes gear for manlets.
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>>2707321
>>2707331
>>2707342
>>2707345
Stop samefagging. It's distasteful.
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>>2707347
You’re completely clueless.
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>>2708482
Ok, you’ve convinced me with your compelling argument. Wonderful.
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>>2708489
Is this the chuldpilled version of "I accept your concession"
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>>2694052
so what is being unable to trespass on property without legal repercussions?
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>>2692757
K E K
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>>2708489
It wasn't an argument, it was an observation of your condition.
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>>2695792
>I used to illegaly log
kys
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>>2711492
Is it time for shitpost bumpin?
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>>2692768
Sauerland Höhenflug (literal HIGH fly)
I think it also goes along the castle.
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>>2692821
You can likely even sleep in it (if you can afford) otherwise there is a nice war memorial behind it. No one ever goes there (beside of me).
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>>2711860
I now understand why germhogs flock to other countries like grasshoppers. Of course the pigs can't help themselves but to shit them up.
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>>2711903
I wish I could do that. But there is no Inca cock for me :(
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>>2711919
>Bent cross
>Had to drill holes in a rock to anchor it
>Failing at literally crossing two sticks, even when it's a holy artifact
German engineering.
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>>2701872
Europe is literally a fantasy land I am extremely glad I emigrated to. It is unfathomably beautiful and no other country on planet earth is on par with her. The churches, the chapels, the dark forests, even the muddy trails and dusty gravel roads are beautiful and mesmerizing. I fucking love European nature, their verdant valleys, their fertile soil and gentle cold breeze blowing the leaves of their flowers and birch trees. Even their cold is exhilarating and adds the perfect touch to the otherworldly atmosphere they live in. I whole-heartedly despise sedentary fat European people. They utterly disgust me and fill me with rage. HOW in the God's name can you have this heavenly beauty of a nature and still live in your 30m^2 apartment or any urban settlement for that matter for your entire life?
Even a random map of Norway at the outskirts of the uninhabited tundra looks like the coast of Winterhold from TES V.
I was born in the middle of a dusty unmerciful wasteland where nothing grows but thistle and dry shrubs. Even Nature is fucking grey/yellow from drought and lack of soil nutrients. Green plants are almost inexistant. There is nothing to see and even if you attempt to discover whatever the fuck you think you'll be seeing you will be brutally raped within the first 2 miles from your pod. IT IS A SHITHOLE. A FUCKING REVOLTING SHITHOLE.
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>>2692821
Aight lets end this shitty nu-/out/ endless debate about Europe vs US.
Picrel is objective /out/ rating.

red - shit , no outdoors
yellow - ok / fascist laws
light green - good
blue - excellent
dark green - ruZZia (heaven)

now pls go /out/ and stop arguing. US has alot of red-rated states like Europe and so it has yellow rated states , green and blue ones just like Europe.
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>>2712044
You're clearly American.

>Switzerland yellow but Austria blue
How does that even make sense? In Switzerland you're allowed to wildcamp above 2000m whereas you can't in Austria. Switzerland is like 70% Alps. Pic is from last year.

>Albania yellow
The accursed mountains alone already mog every other West Balkan country (except Slovenia)

>Ukraine, Serbia and Latvia on par with Scandinavia
Delusional, all of those countries are mostly agricultural fields

>Iceland red
This is the funniest one. Literally has the lowest population density in the entirety of Europe, the biggest glaciers, amazing volcanic landscapes, huge cliffs, massive waterfalls every 10 m, etc...

Other minor criticism.
Spain is definitely higher ranked than France and Italy.
Greece deserves to be blue.
Portugal is probably better than yellow, especially considering Madeira and the Azores.
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>>2692749
West Highland Way, bar none. If you want a longer walk it's part of Land's End.
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>>2713935
Southern Belgium and Luxembourg should be yellow, at least.
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>>2713962
The Lake District & The Peaks District,
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>>2692749
I'd say from syria to germany is a cool one and you get to rape german girls when you get there
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>>2692749
Anything in Spain, especially the northern/northwestern areas. Low population density and non-stop hills and mountains as far as the eye can see, decent enough weather unless you go all the way to the westernmost areas of Galicia, and lots of semi-abandoned old villages, historical buildings and even straight up forgotten ruins.
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>>2713935
switzerland is just tourist attraction and ski resorts and hotels for rich people at every step.
I put abania yellow because huge wood mafia (there are too in balkans but it isnt comparable to albania) and mostly cause its barren.
Poland deserves higher on the green scale. Germany has nice outdoors but fascist laws.
Sorry but Austria is blue-tier. No one cares if you wildcamp, Austria has one of the last wilderness. High population of grouse, hazel grouse...things that arent really seen in central europe that much. Just take a look at it on google maps. Its amazing.
Serbia is blue tier, same to macedonia and the whole baltics.
Portugal is dry and very hot so idk but thats personal preference.
btw im romanian.
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>>2715153
lol you're that anon that bases their opinion on google maps instead of going out. opinion discarded
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>>2712044
>scotland
>ardennes
>iceland
>red
not even european but any research shows this map is retarded
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>>2715444
scotland is bareen
iceland is barren

ardennes is very good so i take that but I still dont place france blue-tier because its a very expensive country and its very expensive to get a hunting license or live in the countryside (unless you inherit a house).
This map is not just about the nature itself but rather even living with nature/rural and the freedom to /out/doors. If it was only about nature, germany would have been green.
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>>2715448
>these biomes are not /out/ because I don't like them
Lol.
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>>2715449
This but unironically.
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>>2715449
Mossy wet hills are downright antediluvian.
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>>2692757
Bump to embarrass euroanons some more.
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>>2702705
Mat is that you?
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>>2692749
Hadrians wall in England is an ok hike. It's only 73 miles though.
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>>2707347
I’ve been trying to find some European cottage gear, just to see what they’re up to, and couldn’t find much.
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>>2711919
What's up with the cough medication on the cross?
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St. Olavs Way is a 400 mile pilgrim route from Oslo to Trondheim, Norway. Fly to Oslo, take a train to the central station, walk for 20 minutes and you’llbe at the starting point. From there its 30-40 days of light hiking mostly on paths in the woods and small roads and paths across farm land. You also have to cross a mountain plateou which will take a couple of days. You will pass through lots of small villages and towns so most of the time you only have to carry food for a day or two. Wild camping is basicly legal everywhere, including private property so It wont cost you anyrhing orger than the plane tickets and whatever food you buy at gas stations and supermarkets. From Trondheim you can easily catch a plane back to Oslo and then home.

One month of hiking through epic nature in one of the world most expensive countries for only a few hundred dollars in food and a gas for your stove
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>>2699971
11th century castle near a small village in my county.
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>>2712044
Awful, retarded map
here's a fixed one
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>>2692757
Bump



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