I just uploaded the following files:
Arizona Mountains Peaks & Summits.gpx
California Mountains Peaks & Summits.gpx
Colrado Mountains Peaks & Summits.gpx
Nevada Mountains Peaks & Summits.gpx
Oregon Mountains Peaks & Summits.gpx
Utah Mountains Peaks & Summits.gpx
Washington Mountains Peaks & Summits.gpx
Wyoming Mountains Peaks & Summits.gpx
These lists are of 18,000 plus peaks over 3000 feet high so people crossing the western states in all different ways can see how high the peaks around them are.
Will be available as soon as boss man puts them on.
I'm sure they are all very high peaks. Thanks for your hard work.
I am not finished for the average altitude in Idaho is 5000 feet so where do I start calling a mountain there?
"The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill, But Came Down a Mountain" ?
With best wishes,
- Tom -
Perspective is kind of funny. I worked the 1988 Olympics, and the Nordic events took place on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains. There were majectic peaks all around, and you KNEW you were in the mountains. But the elevation at the ski centre is actually less than 4500 feet.
We have visited Park City Utah a few times, where the 2002 Olympics were held. It was like we were in the foothills - there were no really imposing peaks, just what appeared to be high sloped hills. But Park City is around 7300 feet.
It's a person's definition of a mountin is more a matter of difference in elevation than in height
I do not think some of those files will work for in my haste I somehow deleted the period in Longitude and Latitude. Am correcting this as I type.
I forgot to convert from one system to another.
Lesson learned (I think), Do not watch a movie while doing this.
Files are posted. Thanks for sharing
... Lesson learned (I think), Do not watch a movie while doing this.
It must have been a good movie.
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