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post #31 of (permalink) Old 09-06-2005, 11:53 AM
 
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The parking lot is about 1428m, and the top is 2112m, so about 684m gain.
I was up on McGuire on Monday and the Parking lot was 1378m and the peak there was 2178m, So McGuire is a little higher than Mt.Cheam, I knew it!
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post #32 of (permalink) Old 08-06-2007, 11:22 PM
 
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Joffre to middle lake. debiwatts


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This is a tracker for the elevation gain/distance of hikes. Reply to this thread and I will update this initial post.

Dog Mountain, Seymour, gain: 787 ft, dist: 6KM, by: jhamlin

Elk mtn trailhead to first lookout point, gain 2200', dist: 3.33 km, by Billygoat

Garibaldi pass (between Lesser Garibaldi Lake and Garibaldi Lake), gain: 3500 ft, by Seawallrunner

Hollyburn Mtn (from X-country access), gain: 1476', dist: 6K, by Scrambler

Round Mountain (from Chain-up parking lot), gain: 2990 ft, by Seawallrunner


Lynn Peak (from parking lot), gain: 760m, dist: 9.85km, by Mick
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Frosty Mtn trail to larch meadows: 15 kms, el gain of 800 m.
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Frosty Mtn trail to larch meadows: 15 kms, el gain of 800 m.

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quote:Originally posted by LongShadow

This is a tracker for the elevation gain/distance of hikes. Reply to this thread and I will update this initial post.

Dog Mountain, Seymour, gain: 787 ft, dist: 6KM, by: jhamlin

Elk mtn trailhead to first lookout point, gain 2200', dist: 3.33 km, by Billygoat

Garibaldi pass (between Lesser Garibaldi Lake and Garibaldi Lake), gain: 3500 ft, by Seawallrunner

Hollyburn Mtn (from X-country access), gain: 1476', dist: 6K, by Scrambler

Round Mountain (from Chain-up parking lot), gain: 2990 ft, by Seawallrunner


Lynn Peak (from parking lot), gain: 760m, dist: 9.85km, by Mick
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post #35 of (permalink) Old 11-11-2009, 01:06 PM
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Hi Jim & fellow CT'ers. Great idea on the 100k club.. I want to join but I've been really busy as of late organising my trip to Nepal coming up.. so I'll be tacking on those numbers in here and accumulating summer hikes in BC when I get back! Just a thought to standardize these numbers and make the information more organised and accessible:

I can create a database system (either off-line or on-line) that will
a) Keep track of trails & elevation gains (to standardize numbers)
b) Keep track of each individual member, what trail they did, and respectively log all individual member activity as time progresses.

These individual statistics would be then compiled automatically into one broad report which every member could view (ie: total vertical gain, etc). Likewise, this report could be broken down to view in detail each members hikes for the year.

This system would be really flexible and allow the possibility of many different statistics (km's trekked, average elev. gain for all CT members, # of bathroom breaks on trail , etc). This information could be graphed, etc, etc... many possibilities once the engine is in place. All of this information can also be sorted as to show who has the most elevation gain overall, who has the highest hike/elev gain ratio, etc...

This system could be smoothly integrated with the website, and of course would be created on a volunteer basis towards the benefit of the CT community [8D]


Anyways.. bored at work once again, just a thought.. lemme know what you guys think!
This would be an excellent idea. at least keep track of the top ten results for each hike in the gvrd.
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