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    _ZakMills
    72 Posts

    I recently discovered how to map out a path on google earth and have it give you the elevation profile and mileage and so on. I’m hoping there’s a way to “synch” the path created on my computer with the google earth app on my iphone so I can reference it while out splitting. Has anyone tried this or know how it can be achieved?

    #675443
    MHolmes
    190 Posts

    I have only put them on my GPS. And it is indeed a cool use of tech.

    I think this should help you, seems easy enough.

    #675444
    HansGLudwig
    601 Posts

    EarnYorTurns – How do you get el profiles off GoogleEarth? Is this the measure tool set to path or another tool? I thought that only gives milage.

    Nice vid Gormley Green. Clear and short.

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    #675445
    MHolmes
    190 Posts

    @HansGLudwig wrote:

    EarnYorTurns – How do you get el profiles off GoogleEarth?

    When you draw a path, right click on it in your places and hit show elevation profile. It’s not the ruler tool, it’s the path drawing thing.

    #675446
    PedroDelfuego
    758 Posts

    “My Tracks” for Android will export your path in .kml for Google Earth.

    #675447
    _ZakMills
    72 Posts

    Awesome vid gormley green, exactly what I was looking for! Thanks

    #675448
    Draizuh
    61 Posts

    I find hillmap.com a bit easier for plotting than google earth, I use the my tracks app for tracking though, its great!

    #675449
    Snurfer
    1448 Posts

    Favorite use of Google Earth is the sun feature, great for route planning and finding stashes

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