How long will it take me to walk a quarter of a mile
That would depend on just how fast you're walking, but you should be able to average 20 minutes per mile, or 5 minutes for a half mile. This is calculated going 3mph. 1-800-2ChaCha is always unlimited! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-long-will-it-take-me-to-walk-a-quarter-of-a-mile ]
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- How long does it take to walk half a mile?
- The average person walks at 3 mph, therefore 15 minutes would be average.
- How long would it take to walk quarter of a mile normal speed??
- It depends on the length of your legs and what you'd consider normal speed, but it should be between 5 to 7 minutes.
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