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ALIAKAIS SparkPoints: (4,408)
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3/27/14 12:38 A

If you know the address of the trailhead, then you can log it on the route tracker. Basically try your best to get the route tracker to acknowledge 1.75 miles, there and back. There's also something on there called "hiking, cross country".

SWIMMERM0M14 SparkPoints: (6,856)
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3/26/14 11:54 P

Today, we braved a roughly 1.75 mile hike at the peak for the Aerial Tramway in Palm Springs. It's listed as moderately strenuous with a few short, but very steep climbs. Wind gusts were 30 miles per hour. Hike wasn't so hard, but 39 degrees and heavy wind made it take longer than any of the walking speeds shown.

I am just not sure how to log this to be remotely accurate. Any ideas?

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