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KLIMB (Keith's DeLuxe Interactive Map Builder) lets you to plan bike routes interactively on topographical maps of the San Francisco Bay Area. Clicking on nodes marking key intersections or on the links between the nodes builds a route; as the route is built, KLIMB tells you the total distance and climbing. At any time, you can get a distance and altitude profile of the route or a detailed description of the route. You can think of KLIMB as an interactive implementation of Bill Bushnell's excellent San Francisco Bay Area Altitude/Distance Biking Graph displayed on top of USGS topographic maps.
released on 31 October 2003
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 24 February 2004.
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