The average adult walks at speeds of 3 to 4 miles per hour, which means they can walk a mile within 15 to 20 minutes. There are many people who are slower or faster than this. Also, the speed you walk can be affected by your age, gender, fitness level as well as gender.<br/><br/><br/>Do you know how to calculate the walking speed<br/><br/><br/><img width="385" src="" /><br/>You might want to know the time the average distance to walk for a mile when you plan a trip, day trip, or planning to run for a charity event or marathon. The individual's health will obviously be a factor in how long it takes to walk a mile, however, more general variables like gender, age and speed can be taken into account in your plans.<br/><br/><br/>Walking speed varies with the age<br/><br/><br/>This isn't the amazing phenomena of having to walk two blocks with a toddler in three hours (so many cracks in walls you could see!)<br/><br/><br/>Surprised to discover that the young twenty-somethings are walking at a slower pace when they are compared to their elder counterparts who are thirty-somethings and forty-somethings? This is real. After we reach our fifties, walking speed slows down again.<br/><br/><br/><a href=""></a> -year-old can walk an entire mile at 2.1mph in just 28 minutes and 34 seconds. A 23-year old can be able to walk 3mph in 20 minutes.<br/><br/><br/>The speed at which women walk varies according to gender<br/><br/><br/>All age groups men have a faster pace of walking than women. This could be due to the fact that men are taller. Maybe they are more likely than other people to be late for something.<br/><br/><br/>Tempo of walking based on pace<br/><br/><br/>Another thing to think about when you are calculating the time it takes to walk one mile: are you taking a stroll, walking or strolling through the streets? It's different to walk at a slower pace when you're enjoying the country air than when you're worried you'll miss the train.<br/><br/><br/>Here are some numbers to help you decide on the appropriate pace for your needs:<br/><br/><br/><br/>Fast: 100 to 119 steps per minute or 11 minutes per mile<br/><br/><br/>Normal: 80 to 99 steps per minute / 15 minutes per mile<br/><br/><br/>Relaxed 60-79 steps per minute/20 minutes per mile<br/><br/><br/><br/>It is possible to look at the miles chart below for an estimate of how much time it takes to walk a certain distance at a normal, fast or relaxed pace.<br/><br/><br/>The final entry in the chart above provides the answer to the question "How long would it take the Proclaimers to travel 500 miles". It takes the Proclaimers 125 hours (7500 minutes) to cover 500 miles at a regular pace.<br/>

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