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What if I can't make it all the way?

Walkers should plan in advance. They should know train stations that are located along their route or alternate transportation such as busses. We stongly suggest having a backup resource, friend or family member, to pick you up in case of a problem. Even muscle aches and blisters can make for an uncomfortable journey.

The route runs through suburban areas with places to park, assuming you have arranged for a car or someone to meet you. There will be no support provided if a walker cannot finish.

Remember, that walking even 10 miles can be a difficult physical task that requires stamina. Consider a shorter distance goal and always have a contingency plan.