Having had access to a computer over the weekend, I’ve been able to clean up and organise all my GPS tracks. Here is a clickable map of the NoBorderTrek, up until 1 August.
Marked are all the places I’ve slept, as well as border crossings, major rivers crossed, peaks ascended, and cols or passes traversed. The tracks are accurate and cleaned up now; where the GPS failed to record, as for instance on days 7 and 8, or recorded inaccurately, I’ve re-traced my steps by hand.
The summary figures listed on the Komoot site are not accurate; there is much double-counting. In fact, the exact distance travelled so far, as I now know, has been 997 km in 43 days of hiking; 23.2 km on average per day. That isn’t very much distance, but the real challenge has been on the vertical dimension: on average 1,075m up (and 1,041m down) per day, for a total of 46,250 metres climbed (44,790 descended) from 17 June to 1 August 2014.
Thanks for following and supporting the trek!