[Cdt-l] Interactive CDT Map
chadkillingsworth at gmail.com
Tue Jan 18 14:58:04 CST 2011
My map loads faster because I'm using the newest version of the Google Maps
API (I do a lot of Google Maps work). While you can use Google Earth, I find
it harder to navigate and visualize in. Plus with Google Maps, you can
switch map types easily.
I've now divided up all of the trail into approximately 10 mile segments.
Clicking on any individual segment will give you the elevation profile for
On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 8:01 PM, Jonathan Ley <jonathan at phlumf.com> wrote:
> That's great to see... Just thought I'd point out there is a similar
> kind of thing at postholer.com. Just click on the "maps" icon at the top
> (then you have to select which trail & which kind of map you want -
> terrain, topo, streets, etc). For some reason, Chad's seems to load
> faster... and the mouse-wheel-scrolling works. Plus, I think the
> postholer.com CDT line is an older revision of the .kml source file.
> On 1/16/2011 11:12 AM, Sam Haraldson wrote:
> >> ...I've been putting together an interactive map of the CDT...
> > Chad,
> > This is a beautiful, thank you for sharing. Obviously the same effect
> > could have been gained by simply viewing the KML in Google Earth but
> > by putting it into a website it will be much easier to share with
> > other people or to quickly view from any computer.
> > - samh
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