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Looking for Fellow Adventurers to Bushwhack With

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Hi, I'm looking for fellow traveler adventurous enough to bushwhack with me. Bushwhacking is basically freerunning/freeclimbing straight through the wilderness, à la Tomb Raider: over rocks, logs, slopes, streams etc. I have lots of experience doing this, and as long as it's not too remote, it's impossible to get lost, as we just have to follow the compass in any one direction and we'll always hit a road at some point in the next few hours: even if we somehow don't, we can always use the compass to go back the way we came. I've hiked some long-distance trails including the Appalachian Trail (USA, 3500 km), but my favorite parts were always those where I got lost, where the trail ended and I had no choice but to fully immerse myself in nature as if I were part of it. In the beginning we'll hike on a trail, but only until we get bored with it, and at night we'll also camp near the trail. You can bring a machete, but I strongly recommend to travel as light as possible.

Contact me at infinitarianism(dot)gmail(dot)com if you're interested.

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