How do I track my expedition progress? 

If you're carrying out your expedition during your daily exercise, it's probably easiest to track your distance travelled using your phone's GPS. Here's a list of useful mobile apps to help you out:

Apps for tracking distance

  • Strava
  • MapMyWalk (Under Armour)
  • RunKeeper

If you're going to be doing the bulk of your trek at home or in your garden, GPS tracking might not be as accurate, so we'd recommend counting steps. To do this, you'll need to work out how many steps your trek will take - and here's how:

Mark out a 10-metre distance in your house or garden and count how many steps it takes you to walk it. (If you don't have 10 metres, try 5m and calculate the difference). Then multiply that amount by the number relating to your trek. 

Steps x 1000 = Rainforest Trek
Steps x 4600 = Lost City Trek
Steps x 6000 = Machu Picchu
Steps x 8200 = Lake Atitlan
Steps x 10000 = Torres del Paine

When you've calculated the total steps needed, you can use one of the following mobile apps (or a traditional pedometer) to count how many you've taken.

Apps for counting steps

  • Fitbit: Health and Fitness
  • Apple Health
  • Pacer Pedometer and Step Tracker

If you've got any further questions about Indoor Expeditions, don't hesitate to get in touch! We're here to chat.
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