New Sortable Table and Map

Although we have some sortable tables with hikes, I’ve made some code which automatically generates a sortable table with whatever information I put in and /or add, so I’ve added this as a new page. It is updated with more hikes and more columns indicating region, average incline %, as well as an estimate of equivalent number of flat miles walked, which you could relate to total energy expenditure. Let me know what other columns you’d like to see.

Under the “Bag a Peak Map”, I’ve embedded a map from Everytrail that populates trailhead points for all the hikes I’ve uploaded. I don’t know how to zoom into California yet (I have had some hikes outside the country), but this may also be useful.


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