POPSUGAR Fitness Summer Calories Burned Doing Summer Sports Choose the Mega Calorie Burner by Fitness 6/28/10 11 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest Sweating it out in the Summer sun not only allows you to enjoy fresh warm air and sunshine, but you can also burn some major calories. Just how many? Take this quiz to find out. Choose the Mega Calorie Burner How long will you have to hike in order to burn over 500 calories? At least one hour. At least one and a half hours. At least two hours. At a friend's BBQ, people are playing some friendly games of volleyball and soccer. Which one burns the most calories after 30 minutes? Volleyball Soccer They're about the same. Which Summer sport burns the most calories per hour? Swimming Biking They're about the same. How long will you have to jog in order to burn at least 350 calories? 35 minutes 45 minutes An hour and 15 minutes. T/F: An hour of snorkeling burns at least 350 calories. True False Progress Image Source: Thinkstock Read More Calories Burned QuizSummer SportsSummerCalories BurnedQuizFitness Summer Shandy Popsicles, Because Beer Makes Everything Better 24 Taco Recipes With Alternatives to Ground Beef That Will Please the Whole Family Edible Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Cookie Dough! 9 Deodorants Workout Instructors Pack in Their Gym Bags POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Results With Our Fitness Newsletter Personalize Yoga Weight Loss Running Working Out Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. northen123 5 years Conditions and the person's weight can greatly change the amount of calories burned - I think this quiz is a lil' bit flawed. GirlOverboard 5 years I always find the "hiking" one to be a bit of a trick question. The amount you burn can really fluctuate depending on the incline, terrain and speed at which you're hiking. I hiked a little over 11 miles on a trail that was mostly flat gravel/pebble (only about 2 miles were dirt trail with incline/decline). In this particular case, I only hiked about half of it at a consistent speed and had to move slowly in the last half due to injury, but had that not been the case, would I have burned more calories on this hike, or on previous 6-8 mile hikes on much steeper trails? Surely if the steeper hikes were the same distance, I would have burned more calories overall?