1. Head north to Canada through Quebec to Buffin Island. If you leave now, the seas should be frozen so you could walk from Iqaluit, Canada to Nuuk, Greenland. Continue east through Icleand, Faroe Islands, Shetland Islands, and Norway. Cut across Denmaar, Germany, Poland, Belarus, Russia, and head south (ish) when you get to the Ural Mountains. You will then cross Kazakhstan, Tukmenistan, and then you are in Afghanistan.
2. Head for Alaska, and cross into Russia across the Bering Straits (should also be frozen). Head south east through Siberia and Mongolia to Kazakhstan and south to Afghanistan.
As for the miles or hours, I have never walked it so I don't know, but you can google the distance on the computer,
Good luck, and happy walking
Edited by: DGILBRIDE1949 at: 11/24/2009 (03:17)
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does anybody know if it is possible to walk from North Carolina to Afghanistan and if so how many hours? My boyfriend is over there and i got this weird idea to do a walk there and back if anybody has any ideas please let me know.
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