Graph of elevation over distance
Period of little or no movement lasting at least five minutes, shown as stop sign with duration in minutes
Factor at which elevation is exaggerated in elevation profile
Graph of speed over distance excluding rest, using a 20-minute moving average to reduce noise
Start date of hike, adjusted for timezone offset
Start time of hike, adjusted for timezone offset
Total elapsed time
Total non-resting time
Total resting time
Total length of hike
Average speed excluding rest
Highest elevation reached
Lowest elevation reached
Average slope of all inclining track segments
Average slope of all declining track segments
Greatest elevation gain between a relative minimum and a subsequent relative maximum
Greatest elevation loss between a relative maximum and a subsequent relative minimum
Total elevation gain for all ascending track segments.
Total elevation loss for all descending track segments.
Average Ascending Speed
Average speed for all ascending track segments
Average Descending Speed
Average speed for all descending track segments
Average Ascent Rate
Average rate of altitude gain for all ascending track segments
Average Descent Rate
Average rate of altitude loss for all descending track segments
Time the hike should take according to Naismith's Rule.
Time the hike should take according to Naismith's Rule with Langmuir's corrections and a base speed of 4 km/h.
Time the hike should take according to Tobler's Hiking Function, applied per track segment.
GraphMyHike.com captures the achievement of your hike in a shareable vignette showing elevation profile, speed, and hiking-related statistics. All you need is a standard GPX track of your hike.
GraphMyHike.com was born of the confluence of three sentiments in its author: a desire to dabble in HTML5, a renewed interest in hiking and GPS tracks stemming from a trip to Rocky Mountain National Park, and longstanding dissatisfaction with existing elevation profile tools, which generally fail to account for rest, include too much noise in the speed graph, and overcount elevation gain.
Unless you click Share, GraphMyHike.com performs all operations on the client and never uploads or otherwise retains any of your data. If you do click Share, GraphMyHike.com uploads the active graph to our server for the purpose of sharing with other users. Shared graphs are available to anyone who knows or guesses the unique sharing URL. GraphMyHike.com makes no effort to promote or inhibit any use of shared graphs.