- 21,299 kms
- 21 min
Average distance of hitchhiked trip: 166 kms
- 23 very good experiences
- 287 good experiences
- 4 neutral experiences
- 2 bad experiences
Type of rides:
- 201 rides with a car
- 5 rides with a bus
- 4 rides with a truck
- 2 rides with a motorcycle
Hitchhiker, vegan, desert rat. Interested in dismantling oppressive structures and building intentional communities. Feel free to contact me on Trustroots if you are in my local area and need a place to stay- I'm always happy to help out fellow hitchhikers.
Flagstaff → Red Mountain, Arizona 86001, USA
single woman family
A man in his 70's picked us up on his way to go mushroom picking.
Someone on her way to ski at Snowbowl.
A father and his unschooling son picked us up on their way back from a trash delivery at the dump. They lived in an off-the-grid house hidden away in the wilderness.
|26 June 2012|
|Grand Canyon Village → Flagstaff 126km 2||07 March 2012|
Flagstaff → Grand Canyon Village
We had been waiting for only a few minutes when two French women with enormous backpacks walked up and began hitchhiking directly in front of us. We felt like it took a while to get a ride because people thought we were a group of four. Ultimately, we all were picked up by a chill park ranger who drove us straight to the canyon.
|07 March 2012|
Gila Bend → San Diego
Failed attempt to hitch out of Phoenix
Police harassed us and threatened to arrest us if we attempted to hitchhike. They told us hitchhiking was certain death, and that they were only protecting us. A police officer escorted us to a regional bus stop and bought us $5 tickets to Gila Bend. He instructed us to take the Greyhound once we got there; upon arrival we ignored his instructions, walked down the I-8 a ways,… (read on in Trip)
Gila Bend → Yuma
A business man heading to Yuma picked us up. Unfortunately because of the situation with the police earlier that day, by the time we arrived in Yuma the sun was about to set. We explored the city and camped in an abandoned lot for the night.
Yuma → San Diego
The next morning we were having no luck hitching from the on ramp. After an hour's wait, we walked through some fields and climbed directly onto the interstate. After 5 minutes, a nice couple (the mom and dad type) picked us up. They were very concerned for our well-being. They drove us straight to San Diego and dropped us off at Balboa Park.
|10 November 2011|
|Flagstaff → Phoenix 231km 2||14 October 2011|
|Flagstaff → Phoenix 231km 3||16 September 2011|
Lake Montezuma → Phoenix
single woman family first time hitchhiking
My first hitchhiking experience!
I was taking a rideshare to Phoenix from Flagstaff when the driver's car broke down. Stranded on the roadside, another passenger named Kayla and I decided to try to hitchhike instead. It worked! We stuck out our thumbs, and an SUV pulled over shortly after. It was a mom and her four kids, driving down to Phoenix to get a tattoo. We were hooked!
|09 September 2011|
Province of Avellino, Italy → Province of Avellino, Italy
Hitchhiking to school
A group of us would flag down cars and ask them for a ride back to school; we would all pile in for the short trip up the hill.
|12 November 2009|