Thursday, 28 March 2013

Experimenting With EveryTrail

I must have tried practically all the available free services for bringing together GPS tracks, videos and photographs that have been recorded on trips. I reckon EveryTrail is the one that brings things together really nicely though not being cycling specific it doesn't pull in things like HR, power and cadence but that's not what this is about. Purely as  a means of recording where you have been and pulling various data recordings together I think it's a nice way of presenting a walk, bike ride, or just a day out sightseeing. The other nice thing is that no repeat uploading is required, the GPS track comes straight off the Garmin unit, the photos are pulled directly over from Flickr and and video is played directly off YouTube, all pretty neat.

The upper map is the non-flash version of a trip that can be embedded in a weblog and the lower map is the flash version which offers more functions such as the ability to view the elevation and speed profiles as well as to play a slideshow of the geotagged images. On the upper map just click the red pins to see the photo represented at that point in the route.

Hulne Park Tour at EveryTrail
EveryTrail - Find the best hikes in California and beyond

Hulne Park Tour

EveryTrail - Find the best hikes in California and beyond

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