Last updated: 08:00 PM ET, Thu March 26 2015

Man Documents Amazing Pacific Crest Journey With a Selfie Every Mile

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | March 26, 2015

Man Documents Amazing Pacific Crest Journey With a Selfie Every Mile

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Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is exhausting business. You have to trudge your gear hundreds of miles, set up camp and take a selfie every single mile.

Granted that last bit is meant solely for Andy Davidhazy (h/t Reddit) who decided to infuse an already grueling journey with some self-photography every mile.

Consider these the chapter markers for a tome that transformed this adventurous soul into a chiseled man who walked from Mexico to Canada.

And you can enjoy the spoils too. You don’t need the weeks it takes to compile all of this wonderment, just four minutes of what looks to be the most intense diet plan in the known universe.

Davidhazy promises more from this epic jaunt through three countries this summer. You can apparently keep tabs on any upcoming releases at the website Lost or Found: Life after 2600 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail.

Now Reddit, much like yourselves we presume, noticed the transformative power a hike like this has.

One user juxtaposed the first and final photo for this intrepid journeyman.

Another user chimes in that this video is really about a man “who could be an IT guy from central casting - turns into a brown, bearded man who looks like he kills snakes for a living.”

Now there are many ways to see the world and equally as exhaustive options for losing weight. You could perhaps eat salads and work that frequent flier program of yours.

Or, if you have the time, inclination and don’t mind all the bravery it demands, you can take a significant portion of your life and see all that the Pacific Crest has to offer.

According to the photos and the website’s title, you will most definitely be a different person after the trip.


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