Where do people who love #nature and #hiking live in your country?

Carter Lee
Carter Lee

Where do people who love #nature and #hiking live in your country?
Over here they tend to live in Amsterdam and preferably within the ring road.

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Sebastian Thompson
Sebastian Thompson

ik wil een hippie natuur-freak vriendin. waar precies vind ik die?

Liam Lopez
Liam Lopez

De Pijp.

Jose Morgan
Jose Morgan

ja maar wat is daar voor iets waar ik echt mensen kan ontmoeten dan? ik ga daar niet op straat zomaar iemand aanspreken.

Zachary Green
Zachary Green

Pacific Northwest

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Ryder Nguyen
Ryder Nguyen

Gerben and his girlfriend Sanne from Amsterdam love to #hike. They are training for a 3000km long hike in New Zealand, but have trouble doing so because they don't have a car and can only do hikes that begin and end at trainstations.

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Sebastian Williams
Sebastian Williams

hikers are not "nature loving hippies", they are LARPing normies.

Noah Taylor
Noah Taylor

Most people here hike. Its also easy since this country is full of hills and forests.

Colton Hernandez
Colton Hernandez

Chapada Diamantina/BA.

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Cameron Evans
Cameron Evans

""""hikers"""" live in Stockholm or another large city and drive 1000km to experience nature and take selfies once every few years.

Normal outdoors people live on the countryside north of Skåne

Grayson Martin
Grayson Martin

Everywhere. No matter where you live in Sweden you won't have far to the nearest forest and lakes.
I live smack in the middle of Kolmården, nothing but nature here. Östergötland (Eastern Geatland) - southern Sweden.

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Blake Evans
Blake Evans

Imagine being surrounded by #nature

Parker Scott
Parker Scott

Is there any nature in Netherlands?

Jaxon Garcia
Jaxon Garcia

All Swedes love nature and hiking. Some of the most common tinder profile pics here are of men fishing.

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James Nelson
James Nelson

Not really. We have a few small national parks which coincidentally are right next to Utrecht, our soy capital. They look pretty nice because of a unique situation (they are in-land dunes) but they are small and flooded with #hikers

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Isaiah Gutierrez
Isaiah Gutierrez

It's nice indeed. Could not imagine living in a city.

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Christopher Torres
Christopher Torres

imagine the instagram moments

James Morgan
James Morgan

Kek, no instagram for me

Asher Campbell
Asher Campbell

I'm kidding it must be very nice to live surrounded by beauty and tranquility.
Because we don't have that really some people build their entire identity around it which is very pretentious and cringe.

Gavin Green
Gavin Green

In southern Quebec, if you want serious hikes we go to the Adirondacks or Green/White Mountains parks in US. The american parcs are closer to Montréal than other Provincial parks.

I enjoyed Megantic 3 summit jikes last summer, but the US parks have much more to offer.

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Caleb Gray
Caleb Gray

I see how that would be annoying. Here around 50% of people live in the countryside, surrounded by nature.

Jackson Gray
Jackson Gray

in my city everyone hikes. most people just go hiking on whatever mountain is closer to their home. everyone has a "local" mountain

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Grayson Turner
Grayson Turner

do they also buttfuck each other on their mountain? Sounds gay as hell.

Aaron Martinez
Aaron Martinez

Doesn't really matter where you live, everyone hikes here.
Though I have the ocean in one direction so I would not recommend walking that way. The forest in the other direction is a lot more fun.

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Carson Nelson
Carson Nelson

it could probably be arranged if that's what you are into

Aiden Cooper
Aiden Cooper

nowhere, everyone here are urbanites who have never experienced real nature in their entire lives

Cameron Wood
Cameron Wood

This is a way more exciting landscape than boring mountains and lakes.

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Matthew Thomas
Matthew Thomas

Cities are horrible..

Asher King
Asher King

Sweden doesn't border an ocean

Eli Myers
Eli Myers

Terrible opinion

John Martin
John Martin

Sorry, the Baltic Lake

Jeremiah Wright
Jeremiah Wright

foto
waar is dit precies?

Juan Mitchell
Juan Mitchell

Utrechtse Sojarug

Ryan Young
Ryan Young

this is now an /out/ thread

post your pictures

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Jacob Mitchell
Jacob Mitchell

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Dylan Morales
Dylan Morales

15 minutes from home

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Aiden Turner
Aiden Turner

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Nicholas Cox
Nicholas Cox

it's not in my country but it looks nice

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Thomas Jones
Thomas Jones

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Evan Adams
Evan Adams

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Andrew Torres
Andrew Torres

You can do a lot of urban walking "rucking" with a weighted backpack. It' good training.
I recently did a 25 kms walk with 25 lbs in my back pack in the city.

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Jason James
Jason James

Is that teheran?

Teheran looked pretty nice for hikes, but I fear I might become culturally enriched and it costs a shit ton of money to get there.

Isaac Mitchell
Isaac Mitchell

Sounds like very boring training desu, that's like 5 hours of walking with absolutely nothing interesting to look at

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Blake Ross
Blake Ross

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Dominic Watson
Dominic Watson

hiking and nature is too dangerous here, so nobody really does that

John Perez
John Perez

Tehran
yes it is.
but I fear I might become culturally enriched
I don't know what you mean exactly, but Iran is a safe place for tourism. The only people who ever get trouble are people who are there for a political reason.
costs a shit ton of money
a french user booked an entire tour and stuff for all over Iran for around 1K euros.
voyagesasie.fr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=127&Itemid=547&lang=fr-fr

that's very cheap for a vacation tour like that, but of course a "shit ton" to some person is not a lot to another.

suitcasemag.com/travel/explore/skiing-alborz-mountains-iran/
youtube.com/watch?v=_2LEgowbzSc
youtube.com/watch?v=CYoa9hI3CXg
youtube.com/watch?v=4axfUIhHUFU

Camden Jackson
Camden Jackson

why?

Evan Hall
Evan Hall

mayan BVLLS kill whitoids and mestizoids when they venture into their land

Adrian Robinson
Adrian Robinson

b&rp

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