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My Google Earth Images

 
My Google Earth Images

Page Type: Album

Object Title: My Google Earth Images

Image Type(s): Topo/Diagram

 

Page By: SoCalHiker

Created/Edited: Nov 13, 2011 / Nov 13, 2011

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Why this album?


I love Google Earth. It's that simple. I love scanning through the topography in preparation of a hike or "re-live" every step of it over and over again after uploading the GPS file to it after a hike. It also creates countless ideas of new hikes or combination of hikes and trails. This album serves as a place where I "deposit" all my Google Earth images.

To everybody who looks at them for one reason or another: enjoy and let them inspire you to visit those places soon.


Images


Sherwin Lakes/Valentine Lake Trail

Sherwin Lakes/Valentine Lake Trail

Rock Creek Canyon

Rock Creek Canyon

Thunder Ridge Exploration Part 1 - Google Earth Rendition

Thunder Ridge Exploration Part 1 - Google Earth Rendition

Trail Peak via Trail Pass Google Earth

Trail Peak via Trail Pass Google Earth

Laurel Canyon - Google Earth

Laurel Canyon - Google Earth

Baldy Bowl Trail - Google Earth Rendition

Baldy Bowl Trail - Google Earth Rendition

Horseshoe Meadow Topography

Horseshoe Meadow Topography

Mammoth Lakes Basin - Topography 1

Mammoth Lakes Basin - Topography 1

River Trail - Google Earth

River Trail - Google Earth

Route on Google Earth - Part 5

Route on Google Earth - Part 5

Will Rogers State Historic Park - Google Earth

Will Rogers State Historic Park - Google Earth

Horseshoe Meadow Topography West

Horseshoe Meadow Topography West

Hondo Canyon - Google Earth

Hondo Canyon - Google Earth

Laurel Canyon - Google Earth

Laurel Canyon - Google Earth

Iron Mountain via Heaton Flat - Google Earth Rendition Part 4

Iron Mountain via Heaton Flat - Google Earth Rendition Part 4


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NoonduelerGreat album!

Noondueler

Voted 10/10

Google Earth is mind blowing. So are all the USGS 7.5 minute maps that led to such geographical precision.
Do you know how from plane or chopper flights the USGS were able to determine the number of 40' intervals over such a vastly complicated country? Aerial sonar?
Maybe a distance to elevation equation.

Need to check to see if any FBI agents are parked outside without leaving the comfort of the screen.
Posted Apr 25, 2012 2:55 pm

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