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Thru-hiking, or through-hiking, is the act of hiking an established end-to-end trail or long-distance trail with continuous footsteps. In the United States, the term is most commonly associated with the Appalachian Trail (AT), the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), and the Continental Divide Trail (CDT), but may also refer to other end-to-end hikes. Other examples of thru-hikes include Te Araroa in New Zealand, the Camino de Santiago in Spain, the Via Francigena in France and Italy, the Lycian Way in Turkey, the Israel National Trail, and the Great Divide Trail (GDT) in Canada.

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  • Thruhiking oder Thruhike (auch Thru-hiking oder Thru-hike; deutsch Durchwanderung) bedeutet, einen Weit- oder Fernwanderweg zusammenhängend vom Anfang bis zum Ende zu bewandern. Ein Wanderer, der sich auf einem Thruhike befindet oder ihn erfolgreich absolviert hat, wird als Thruhiker bezeichnet. (de)
  • Le Thru-hiking est un terme anglais désignant le parcours de bout en bout d'un sentier de randonnée de longue distance. Ce terme est plus souvent associé au Sentier des Appalaches, mais est également utilisé pour d'autres sentiers longs comme le Pacific Crest Trail et le Continental Divide Trail. * Portail de la randonnée (fr)
  • Thru-hiking, or through-hiking, is the act of hiking an established end-to-end trail or long-distance trail with continuous footsteps. In the United States, the term is most commonly associated with the Appalachian Trail (AT), the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), and the Continental Divide Trail (CDT), but may also refer to other end-to-end hikes. Other examples of thru-hikes include Te Araroa in New Zealand, the Camino de Santiago in Spain, the Via Francigena in France and Italy, the Lycian Way in Turkey, the Israel National Trail, and the Great Divide Trail (GDT) in Canada. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) defines a thru-hike as a hike of the entire AT in 12 months or less. A “2,000-miler” is a hiker who has walked the entire length of the AT and reported his or her hike completion to the ATC, which has kept records of thru-hike completions since 1937. (The ATC uses the term “2,000-miler” since the exact length of the trail changes regularly due to pathway relocations.) In recognizing 2,000-milers, the ATC doesn’t consider the sequence, direction, or speed of the hike or whether the hiker carries a pack. The ATC will recognize anyone who completes the entirety of the Appalachian Trail as a 2,000-miler regardless of whether the trail was completed as a Thru-Hike or a series of Section hikes This definition is used by many groups within the United States. Section hiking, on the other hand, refers to hiking a trail one section at a time, without continuity and not necessarily in sequence with the other sections or within one hiking season. (en)
  • Thru-hiking è un termine inglese che indica il percorso da un capo all'altro di un sentiero escursionistico di lunga percorrenza. Il termine è più comunemente associato al Sentiero degli Appalachi (S.A.), ma si usa anche per altre escursioni e sentieri di lunga percorrenza, compresi il Pacific Crest Trail e il Continental Divide Trail negli Stati Uniti d'America o il Te Araroa in Nuova Zelanda. Il thru-hiking è chiamato anche end-to-end hiking o end-to-ending su alcuni sentieri, come il del Vermont. Si parla invece di section hiking quando si vuole indicare l'escursione completa di un sentiero fatta percorrendo tutte le sue singole tratte, non in continuità o, necessariamente, in sequenza. (it)
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  • Thruhiking oder Thruhike (auch Thru-hiking oder Thru-hike; deutsch Durchwanderung) bedeutet, einen Weit- oder Fernwanderweg zusammenhängend vom Anfang bis zum Ende zu bewandern. Ein Wanderer, der sich auf einem Thruhike befindet oder ihn erfolgreich absolviert hat, wird als Thruhiker bezeichnet. (de)
  • Le Thru-hiking est un terme anglais désignant le parcours de bout en bout d'un sentier de randonnée de longue distance. Ce terme est plus souvent associé au Sentier des Appalaches, mais est également utilisé pour d'autres sentiers longs comme le Pacific Crest Trail et le Continental Divide Trail. * Portail de la randonnée (fr)
  • Thru-hiking è un termine inglese che indica il percorso da un capo all'altro di un sentiero escursionistico di lunga percorrenza. Il termine è più comunemente associato al Sentiero degli Appalachi (S.A.), ma si usa anche per altre escursioni e sentieri di lunga percorrenza, compresi il Pacific Crest Trail e il Continental Divide Trail negli Stati Uniti d'America o il Te Araroa in Nuova Zelanda. Il thru-hiking è chiamato anche end-to-end hiking o end-to-ending su alcuni sentieri, come il del Vermont. Si parla invece di section hiking quando si vuole indicare l'escursione completa di un sentiero fatta percorrendo tutte le sue singole tratte, non in continuità o, necessariamente, in sequenza. (it)
  • Thru-hiking, or through-hiking, is the act of hiking an established end-to-end trail or long-distance trail with continuous footsteps. In the United States, the term is most commonly associated with the Appalachian Trail (AT), the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), and the Continental Divide Trail (CDT), but may also refer to other end-to-end hikes. Other examples of thru-hikes include Te Araroa in New Zealand, the Camino de Santiago in Spain, the Via Francigena in France and Italy, the Lycian Way in Turkey, the Israel National Trail, and the Great Divide Trail (GDT) in Canada. (en)
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  • Thruhiking (de)
  • Thru-hiking (fr)
  • Thru-hiking (en)
  • Thru-hiking (it)
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