High on the Mountain Top
Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: surrey, bc, Canada.
Interest: running, hiking, blading, camping, skiing, outdoors, spending time with kids, big hockey and baseball fan, board and card games
THANK YOU! i knew there had to be some sorta logical reason.. it does kinda make sense.. it did ask me if i knew the correct elevation and pressure and if i wanted to use the current gps altitude ..
another thing i found weird..
i turned it on cuz i wanted to see how much elevation i did when going up and down some stairs and just to test 'er out..
i recorded the Total Ascents when i reached the top, as follows:
it was pretty consistent but i shut it off just to see what happened and sure enuf, the total ascent was less (in between 102 and 124)..
so, i was wondering.. do people keep their gps's on at all times?