A Walk around the World

The length of the equator on foot

Let’s walk the world together

In recent times just three people have managed to circle the entire Earth on foot, completing the equator’s length of 24,901 miles or 40,075 km. It’s a rare event. In fact, in that time more people have spontaneously combusted, although they were all sitting suspiciously close to a fireplace.

So that’s my plan. To walk the Earth, that is. Not spontaneously combust.

This is also one of the longest charity walks in history, raising money for Médecins Sans Frontières, the disaster relief charity. I hope we can do them proud.

If you want to know more about this adventure, then a good start point is The Walk page.

You can also be a part of this thing, either in person or online, and help me make a success of it. If you’re interested, see the Get Involved page.

And all my wonderful supports on Patreon can find their goodies in the Patreon Zone.

Most recently visited countries

Prim’s Earth Trek is everywhere!

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you going to … ?

I don’t know. Well, actually, I might, but only to begin with. I’m starting from Port St Mary on the Isle of Man. And, with the city element of the walk, I plan a jaunt right across Manchester, Birmingham and London. And then Brussels, Cologne, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Linz, definitely Graz (many friends live there), Zagreb, Sarajevo and Istanbul. Beyond that, for now at least, it’s sketchy. Get in touch if you have a recommendation or want to join me somewhere.

How many miles a day do you walk?

None at the moment. I’m still building the website. But eventually I think it will be a maximum of 20 miles/32 kilometres.

Why aren’t you walking across the Atlantic Ocean or the Pacific, you fraud?

Yawn. Because there’s no bridge. Anyway, the challenge is to walk at least the length of the Earth’s equator, unlike almost everyone else who has attempted this, and return to where I started. My route is unimportant. So shut up.

I have a bad feeling about this trip. Why are you doing it?

Is that you, mum?