I'm not sure how to convert it because the number of steps to miles would largely depend upon your stride. A wider stride would need fewer steps per mile than someone with a less wide stride. I'm sure there is a better way to say that but I know that my husband (over 6' tall) would take fewer steps than I would. I think the only way to get an accurate count would be a pedometer. You could estimate 2000 steps per mile. I think that is what I read somewhere...that 10,000 steps translates into approximatey 5 miles. My stride gets me a bit more than a mile on 2000 steps but it's a pretty close approximation. Hope this helps.
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