A person on horseback can travel about 30 miles a day. The Pony Express did not ride 2000 miles when it was active. That is the length of the country.
about 75 miles long
11 miles wide and 14 miles long.
As far as your horse was
the length of lake Erie to the Hudson river is 363 miles, is this what you are looking for?
The average speed of a horse's walk, which could be maintained for long distances, is three to four miles per hour. The average distance horses are capable of covering within one continuous day is thirty miles.
Under fair conditions, the Pony Express riders could carry the mail 2000 miles in 10 days.
At 500 mph, it would take an airplane 4 hours to fly 2000 miles.
30 hours 46 minutes.
the Oregon trail was 2000 miles long.
The pony express didn't last long, but it was thought it could deliver mail faster. It was seen as the most convient means to have east and west communicate. The pony express traveled through 8 states and covered 2000 miles.
By taking Dan Ryan Express Lane West to Alaska Highway East, you'll travel 4227.85 miles, which should take 72 hours and 53 minutes. By taking US-30 West instead of the express lane, you'll travel 4274.10 miles. You'll avoid the express lane, but it'll take 74 hours and 41 minutes.
It depends on how far it has to travel, and by what mode it is shipped (standard, priority, express).
It took them approximately six months to travel the 2000 miles from Independence, Missouri to their final destination in the Oregon territory.
73 / A = hours of travel time