If you're asking how to check your walking distance, here's the link for the sparkpeople mileage calculator: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness_maps_
I've done mileage challenges on other teams where we've travelled Route 66, biked across America and Canada. To do those, I picked a reasonable distance for the time period, laid out my map, then actually picked spots along the route to provide information and updated my picture to a scene from these locaitons so it was a learning experience as well. The main thing is to make sure you pick a route that is reasonable for the number of people and the amount of time you have.
Edited by: BGUMBA at: 4/6/2009 (20:57)
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