It can’t be determined for sure as the longest ever, but Lewis and Clark’s expedition from the Midwest to the Pacific Ocean was about 2,000 miles of unmapped land. At least in the United States this is the longest marked expedition of it’s kind.
There was a time when I got lost in the Los Padres National Forest. But apart from that, yes, Lewis and Clark’s journey in and around the New World was quite a hike. Another of the longest hiking trips was taken by a group of men from the YMCA in the 1930s. Wanting to go from border to border they petitioned for a trail leading from Mexico to Canada. Evenutally the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) was designated in 1993.
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