Monday, January 23, 2012

Slope Overlays

Hillmap now lets you create slope overlays for arbitrary slope angles fo most of the united states. To try it first zoom to your area of intest and then, click on the "Hillmap Slope Analysis" tool on the "Data and Analysis" tab. 

The default values work well for identifying slopes steeper then 30 degrees which is useful in planing trips to avoid avalanche terrain. You may find that other values work better for identifying steeper or lower angle slopes.

Once you have created a slope overlay you can zoom and pan to explore it using the standard Google Maps interface. 

This tool uses modern web technologies so you will need a modern browser such as Chrome, Firefox or the Internet Explorer 9 or higher.


Unknown said...

I'd like to use the custom slope analysis tool, but I can't seem to get it to work. I've tried zooming in closer, and I've tried different browsers, but I still can't see to get anything to change or appear. The caltopo slope overlay works just fine. Any help as to what the problem is and how to fix it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you (also I'm looking at a number of different areas in Utah on the map, if location has anything to do with the issues).

Unknown said...

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