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Running route elevation changes

Does anyone know of a website which shows elevation for mapped routes?

I use mapmyrun to find new running routes and was curious what the elevation changes looked like when they were charted out.

I am only able to find topography maps on google which are too general.

Thanks so much!

Re: Running route elevation changes

  • I actually prefer runningmap.com because it's a lot more user friendly and you just have to click "show elevation" and it will give you a line graph of how and where the elevations change.
  • Thank you very much for that suggestion! It was exactly what I was looking for!
  • If you ever need elevation profiles for a trail or route that is on there I've been using gmap-pedometer.com.
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