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Somebody told me of a website that calculates the distance of your route ,like gmaps ,but also tells you the elevation total of the hills on your route .
Anyone know what this website is ?


  • TesseractTesseract Posts: 280
    I use Mapmyrun or Mapmyride
  • 55ant55ant Posts: 22
    not sure of the site, but just a tip for gmaps is the terrain option makes all the little lanes were after much easier to spot!
    also it has basic elavation but not to clear
  • huwdhuwd Posts: 228
    http://www.gmap-pedometer.com is good - includes calorie counts, elevation etc.
  • bulletbullet Posts: 115
    Just looked at mapmyride/run does what I want ....pretty cool

    thanks Tesseract
  • +1 for Mapmyride...

    Much easier to use than gmaps pedometer, althogh the adverts can be a little irritating. I used to use one on beginnertriathlete it did everything that map my rides does but didn't automatically follow the roads... hence the switch
  • Ron99Ron99 Posts: 237
    BikeHike isn't the most flash looking of sites, but has Google/ordinance survey maps and shows you elevation - handy for avoiding those 'aww sh1t' moments when you go around a corner into another huge climb.

  • TesseractTesseract Posts: 280
    yep, have to agree the ads are pretty annoying, but for a freebie they're pretty slick.

    Dunno why mapmyswim never took off...
  • risris Posts: 1,002
    +1 for mapmytri/ride/run

    i do wish they'd fix the swim options in training though - 'no route selected' just looks silly when you've told it you're doing laps in the pool!
  • bikeroutetoaster is a useful one. info can be downloaded to garmin edge and forerunner.
  • willtriwilltri Posts: 436

    I use this - no ads - follows roads - i'm not 100% agreeing with the milleage accuracy - never matches my car/bike computer...
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