Fastest Known Time - FKT

The best routes: what are they, who did them, and how fast?

Articles

  • Apr 1, 2018
    With this new website now active, some incredible new FKT’s are being submitted.  Here are just three of the new routes, all submitted today, April 1.
  • Mar 27, 2018
    Peter Bakwin describes why the move from the old FKT site to this new one is so helpful.
  • Mar 20, 2018
    Andrew Hamilton shares thoughts on the first Winter Colorado 14ers in a calendar year
  • Mar 1, 2018
    What were the most inspiring, difficult, fast, or just plain ‘out-there’ FKT’s last year?

Recent Comments

  • pbakwin:
    Léonie van den Haak announced her intent to set the FKT (OKT?): "The date has been set: on April 29th I will start in Kyoto. Without getting lost the total distance should be 537km, even though Garmin has added some bonus miles...... I will share… read more »
  • Austin Pryor:
    Hey All! I believe that I am supposed to state my intentions at an FKT attempt? So myself and 3-5 others are going to attempt a new Unsupported FKT on the R2R Starting May 23 or 24th, 2018.
  • JonInVB:
    Will be attempting the "Dub Cap" starting this Friday morning. Solo, self-supported "Double" of the route. 105+ Miles Jamestown/Williamsburg to Richmond and then turning around and coming back. Will probably sleep on side of path as given the remote… read more »
  • Case:
    It was a great day on the trails! Here's the link to Derek's Suunto data... http://www.movescount.com/moves/move210270659
  • matthewagilbert:
    This should have read "At ELGIN my wife and I had lunch..." I would also add that another variant of this route could incorporate a section of the Fox River Trail, adding around 19 miles but eliminating the need to drive between trail heads.

 

 

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