Camino Portugués for the Alzheimer’s Association

Ted Stekkinger

Wheelie Walking Trailer - USA, Canada, Camino de Santiago, New Zealand North to South

Due to a back injury, sixty-five-year-old Ted Stekkinger was unable to carry a backpack to complete his dream of trekking the Pacific Crest Trail to Canada, so he decided to trek with his Wheelie Walking Trailer along alternate routes, aqueducts, and trails, from his home in Ventura, California, to Canada. He completed his goal in the summer of 2015 after trekking 1,435 miles (2,309 kilometers), camping most of the way.

Ted's impressive tracks:

2015 - Ventura California to Canada 1,435 miles: an alternative Pacific Crest Trail, following routes, aqueducts, and trails.

May to June, 2016 - Camino Francis 500 miles: From Saint Jean Pied de Port, France, to Santiago, Spain.

Sep/Nov 2016 - Camino Via de la Plata 630 miles: Shortly after completing the Camino Francis, Camino Via de la Plata, from Sevilla to Santiago, Spain.

May/June 2018 - Camino de Madrid 445 miles: Three months after having a knee replacement, which I would not have been able to do without the Wheelie.

Feb/Apr 2019 - New Zealand 838 miles: From the bottom of the South Island to the North Island.

Aug/.. 2019 - Camino Portugués 400 miles: Fund raiser for the Alzheimer’s Association. From Lisbon to Santiago.

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