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Credits (chronological order)

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Credits (chronological order)

Beta contributed by (contributors needed, you could be the first). KML map by (unknown). Cover picture by (unknown). Please read the Disclaimers.



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Coordinates: in WGS84 numerical format (ie: "34.2050, -118.0880")
Activity type: (by default Canyoneering)
Length: in feet or meters or miles or km (ie: "3609ft" or "11.3km")
Depth: in feet or meters (ie: "3609ft" or "1100m")

Technical rating: (1=Standard hike, 2=Scrambling and easy unroped climbing, 3=Technical rope work, 4=Special technical challenges)
Water rating: (A=No challenges due to water, B=Swimming but no substantial current, C=Substantial current)
Time rating: (I=A few hours, II=Half day [3h-5h], III=Most of a day [6h-8h], IV=Full day [9h+], V=Overnight, VI=Expedition)
Extra risk rating: (Blank=No extraordinary risks, R=Some extraordinary risks, X=Very dangerous, XX=Extremely dangerous)
Fastest typical time: in hours or days (ie: "8h" or "8hr" or "8hrs", "2d" or "2 days")
Slowest typical time: in hours or days (ie: "8h" or "8hr" or "8hrs", "2d" or "2 days")
Length of hike: in miles or km (ie: "2.3mi" or "3.7km"), distance covered on foot for the entire trip
Approach elevation gain: in feet or meters (ie: "3609ft" or "1100m"), negative is elevation loss
Exit elevation gain: in feet or meters (ie: "-3609 feet" or "-1100 meters"), negative is elevation loss
Longest rappel: in feet or meters (ie: "200'" or "200ft" or "200 feet" or "60m" or "60 meters")
Number of rappels: number of rappels (can be a range ie: "10-13" or "10 + 3 jumps" or "10+")
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Vehicle type: recommended in usual conditions
Length of shuttle: in minutes (Enter 0 if no shuttle is required)
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