0

# Can you walk 50 km in a day?

Updated: 4/28/2022

Wiki User

9y ago

Yes a human is perfectly capable of Walking 50Km in a day however this would take around 7.5 Hours maybe more depending on your speed.

If you plan on walking 50Km I reccomend drinking lots of water to make sure you're hydrated and take occasional breaks and have protein filled snacks throughout your walk. Make sure you're healthy enough to walk 50Km, if you have heart issues or health issues in general please consult your doctor before doing anything like this.

Wiki User

9y ago

Earn +20 pts
Q: Can you walk 50 km in a day?
Submit
Still have questions?
Related questions

50

### How many kilometers can you walk in 50 minutes?

Last Friday I went for a walk in the countryside with my wife and we covered about 17.2 km in about 3 hrs 50 mins (of actual walking time) which is a speed of approx 4.5 km/h and means in 50 mins I can walk about 3.75 km.

### Is the 50 km walk the longest athletic event in the Olympics?

Yes. The Marathon is second at 42.195 km and the 20 km walk is third.

### What are little known Olympic sports?

Men's and women's taekwondo, 20 km walk, 50 km walk, canoeing, archery, shooting (skeet, trap, air pistol)

### How long to walk 4.1 km?

Approximately 50 minutes at a walking pace of 3.1mph

sure it does

### How much time does it take a person to walk 12 km north at a velocity of 6.5 km?

1 hour, 50 minutes, 46.15 seconds

### Average of kilometers walked per year?

That surely varies a lot from one person to another. If you assume that you walk an hour a day, and you don't walk particularly fast, you might walk 5 km per hour, and therefore 5 km per day. That would be roughly 1800 km per year. (Rounding is appropiate here, since we don't have very accurate figures to begin with. Perhaps I better round it to 2000 km/year.) If you estimate that you walk 1/2 an hour a day, or 2 hours a day, you can scale the results accordingly.

### When did walking become part of the Olympics?

Walking events debuted at the 1908 Games in London. Current events at the Olympics: Women's 20 km walk debuted at the 2000 Games in Sydney. Men's 20 km walk debuted at the 1956 Games in Melbourne. Men's 50 km walk debuted at the 1932 Games in Los Angeles. Discontinued events at the Olympics: Women's 10 km walk debuted at the 1992 Games in Barcelona. It was discontinued after the 1996 Games and replaced with the 20 km walk. Men's 3 km walk debuted at the 1920 Games in Antwerp. This was the only Games the 3 km walk was competed. Men's 3.5 km walk debuted at the 1908 Games in London. This was the only Games the 3.5 km walk was competed. Men's 10 km walk debuted at the 1912 Games in Stockholm. It was discontinued after the 1952 Games in Helsinki and replaced with the 20 km walk. Men's 10 mile walk debuted at the 1908 Games in London. This was the only Games the 10 mile walk was competed.

### Could you walk as much as 100000 km during your lifetime?

Yes. Assume you live to 70 and walk considerable distances from 10 to 70 thats about 1600 km a year or 5km a day. A person with a dog would walk that easily even if they didn't move for the rest of the day. A normal person is advised to walk for 30min (3 to 4 km) a day as exercize and most people would meet this moving around their house or office.

### What and when is the longest race in the olympipc games called?

The longest race is the 50 Km walk. The longest running race is the Marathon.