The explorers who walk every street in their city
One down, 39,136 to go. You never really know a landscape until you've visited all of it on foot, and for those trapped in the confines of a city, the COVID-19 pandemic spiked a collective appreciation of urban exploring. As a result, more adventurers discovered hidden gems in their cityscape and explored "ghost streets" that were once shunned in pre-lockdown days. From sharing GPS data circulating the percentage of a city seen to the strong community spirit among the Urban Explorers, Amy Fleming explains how her compulsive pavement plodding turned into epic walks and the simple joys of discovery.
From The Guardian