Hiker Captures 2,600 Miles Of Adventure With 5 Months Worth Of Selfies.

a two-photo collage. on the left there is a picture of andy davidhazy at the beginning of the hike. on the right there is a picture of david near the end of his hike.

Photographer Andy Davidhazy hiked over 2,600 miles along the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), taking a selfie at every mile along the way.

His inspiring journey took over five months to complete, required five pairs of shoes, and 4.5 million steps — including five black bears, one wolverine, and dozens of rattlesnakes.

The transformation his body goes through is incredible to witness — two full beards and losing nearly 50 pounds! The journey is the inspiration for an upcoming short film entitled “Lost or Found” starring Davidhazy.

Here’s a brief synopsis of the film and its theme:

“After hiking 2600 miles from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail, a man discovers that life after a life-changing experience isn’t the change he planned for.”

Davidhazy’s journey leaves us with one key takeaway: Whether you’re looking to escape the city noise or find something deep within yourself, immersing yourself in the wild is a powerful way to recharge and grow as a person.

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