Category Archives: GaiaCloud

Public gallery for GaiaCloud

Today we pushed a first look at the Gallery page for GaiaCloud. Herein you can see tracks other Gaia GPS users have made public. There are a lot of beautiful trips recorded, complete with photos, graphs, and maps. You can make your tracks show up in the Gallery too. Visit http://cloud.gaiagps.com, and there is an… Read More »

Graphs and new photo slideshow for GaiaCloud website

We just added a new update to GaiaCloud, focusing on tracks, graphs, and photos. This track, showing a recent hike down the Palomarin Trail, to Wildcat Camp, shows off the improvements well. The track pages now include a full-resolution photo slideshow, and we sped these pages up so tracks with many photos will load quickly.… Read More »

New Track Pages on cloud.gaiagps.com

Today, we pushed some really great improvements to the Track pages on cloud.gaiagps.com. Here is a track from Jesse’s recent hike through Snow Mountain Wilderness. Anting has been working on these improvements throughout this week, and now the track pages are a hundred times better than the first version. Here’s how they work in total now:… Read More »

New Map Sources Added to GaiaCloud Site

Anting, our new summer intern, has been very busy lately sprucing up the GaiaCloud website.  Anting added new map layers to the GaiaCloud preview screen so you can now view your tracks and waypoints on Mapbox OpenStreetMap, Mapbox Satellite, OpenCycleMap, and USGS Topo maps! GaiaCloud’s log out was also a bit unreliable before, and now… Read More »

Running up Dipsea

If you want a strenuous run that involves about 5000 ft. of vertical and thousands of stairs, follow in the foot steps of Gaia developer Jesse. The Dipsea Trail runs from Stinson Beach to Mill Valley, and is home to the 2nd oldest foot race in the US. You can check out his track and… Read More »