Hitchhiking trips:

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Mérida → Navalcarnero 305km Hitchhiked by Bnet 1
Two people
about 1 month ago
Amora → Mérida 271km Hitchhiked by Bnet 3
Two people
about 1 month ago
Vaite → Besançon 63km Hitchhiked by Puckman 2
Alone
26 days ago
Besançon → Brotte-lès-Ray 66km Hitchhiked by Puckman 3
Alone
27 days ago
Ashland → Eugene 287km Hitchhiked by Wallpaper 2 2
Alone pickup

Ashland → Medford

Ride in the back of a pickup. A man with a warm smile who adviced me to be careful.

Medford → Eugene

Payam got off the interstate and back on (turned around to pick me up). What a great and joyful ride!!! We discussed farming, intentional communities, his experience as an Iranian American, activism, life… what a wonderful human. I will definitely be in contact with him in the future.

29 days ago
Moab → Salt Lake City 375km Hitchhiked by Wallpaper 4 2
Alone single woman

Hwy 191 → Green River

A rad couple in a jeep turned around to pick me up. They had just been hitchhiking themselves recently, after a backpacking trip. We discussed hiking in Southern Utah and Colorado. They were excited to help me on my journey- really sweet people.

Green River → Dinosaur Quarry

Four men with a pickup truck stopped. They were heading to work at the dinosaur quarry. I hopped in the back. They offered me water, told me to stay safe, and warned me about Utah cops.

Dinosaur Quarry → Orem, UT

After a long wait in the desert, Annie picked me up and rearranged her car in order to give me a ride. What an amazing woman!! She had just finished up a trip paddle boarding down the green river, and had so many wonderful travel stories. From her time in Kenya to her work as a fiber artist to her childhood growing up in a Mormon household, there was so much that was shared. I… (read on in Trip)

Moab → North of Arches

Matt, whose partner is doing community rebuilds, offered to give me a ride north of town. Really sweet guy, we talked about intentional communities and visions for the future.

about 1 month ago
Tarbet → Glasgow 67km Hitchhiked by Gospodinbezkrai 1
Two people

На планина в Шотландия

10 February 2017
Balloch → Tarbet 27km Hitchhiked by Gospodinbezkrai 1
Two people

На планина в Шотландия

10 February 2017
Zagreb → Sofia 784km Hitchhiked by Gospodinbezkrai 4 1
Alone Minority TIR Gastarbeiter Bulgarians abroad 3 Packed Banitcharka Elderly Bulgarians abroad Gastarbeiter 2 1 TIR

Разходка до Загреб – 2

about 1 month ago
Otavalo → Quito 91km Hitchhiked by Vapaakulkuri 1
Two people
about 1 month ago
Budapest → Siófok 104km Hitchhiked by Gospodinbezkrai 3
Alone

Разходка до Загреб – 1

about 1 month ago
Cotacachi → Otavalo 10km Hitchhiked by Vapaakulkuri 2
Two people
about 1 month ago
Vía Cotacachi - Quiroga - Cuicocha, Ecuador → Cotacachi 14km Hitchhiked by Vapaakulkuri 1
Two people
about 1 month ago
Otavalo → Vía Cotacachi - Quiroga - Cuicocha, Ecuador 18km Hitchhiked by Vapaakulkuri 2
Two people
about 1 month ago
Boulder → Moab 306km Hitchhiked by Wallpaper 4
Alone

Boulder → Torrey

Local who works at Hell's Backbone (restaurant) picked me up. We discussed politics, history, and hiking in the area. We also stopped at a roadside spring he knew about to fill up our water bottles!

about 1 month ago
Escalante → Boulder 45km Hitchhiked by Wallpaper 1
Alone

Had a really fantastic conversation with this kind man named Eli. He picked me up in an old car with no windows, very little interior, and a friendly dog inside. We discussed Montessori and Waldorf education, working as teachers, our experiences in Southern Utah. It was his 6 month old daughter Theresa's birthday.

about 1 month ago
Mesa → Escalante 826km Hitchhiked by Wallpaper 7 4
Alone pickup pickup evangelist single woman single woman

Camp Verde → Flagstaff

Another pickup truck. This one belonged to a hunter who wanted to help me out. He drove me to Flagstaff and offered to buy me McDonald's if I was hungry.

Bryce Canyon Junction → Escalante

I had the longest wait of the day in this spot. It wasn't the optimal time to be heading East, most of the traffic was heading to the national park. A Russian hitchhiker named Maxim walked up to me while I was trying to catch a ride. He said the U.S. is the worst place for hitchhiking— very contrary to my experience. He then said that the fastest way to hitchhike is as a… (read on in Trip)

Escalante → Campsite

A few cars passed me until a father/daughter duo stopped. Nice people, they weren't going far, but they new of a sweet dispersed camping spot near the highway up ahead. They dropped me off there as the sun was setting.

Mesa → Pine

An ex military helicopter pilot named Buzz picked me up. Regailed me with stories from his youth, and about how much Arizona has changed over the decades.

Pine → Camp Verde

A woman pulled over and told me to hop in the back of her pickup. She sped the whole way to the I-17 and handed me a Bible tract when she dropped me off.

Hwy 12 Junction → Bryce Canyon Junction

Amélie, a woman from Paris, picked me up. She lives in Mexico most of the year working as a scuba divimg instructor. Now she's on a solo roadtrip around the states. "I feel like the world is my home."

Flagstaff → Junction of UT Hwy 12 north of Hatch

Matt, a young libertarian picked me up. We discussed anarchy, politics, feminism, and he was open minded and engaging. He is ex-military, grew up conservative. Interested in quitting his job and sailing around the world. Has hitchhiked from time to time in the past.

about 1 month ago
Tulcan → Otavalo 156km Hitchhiked by Vapaakulkuri 1
Two people
about 1 month ago
Pasto → Ipiales 82km Hitchhiked by Vapaakulkuri 2
Two people
about 1 month ago
Hamburg → Berlin 288km Hitchhiked by Oynutta 1
Two people

Picked up in 15 mins, at the bus stop before Horner Kreisel. Got stuck in traffic, but luckily they had beers to share with us! Though not the driver of course!

about 1 month ago