In this world, there is a race of strange travelers called "Long Distance Hiking". The trip is literally Long Distance Hiking. In particular, the United States has three mind-boggling trails called the Appalachian Trail (3,500km), the Pacific Crest Trail (4,260km), and the Continental Divide Trail (5,100km).
Hikers who move there are called "hiker rush" because they are dirty like garbage and exhausted. This name is not a derogatory term, but a deep respect for those who continue to hike with a unique and free style. The hiker rush has lived on the trails so long that it doesn't distinguish between mountain life and city life. No, it's more correct to say you can't.
In other words, wander freely and be yourself wherever you are. Because it is the spirit of HIKER TRASH that invites you to such an exciting style journey.