Not very exciting, I know. But I used to live near here when I was a little kid. And anyway how many places do you know called “the Dingle”?
This is a map produced by MapSherpa, an online app that will kick out topographical maps of Canada — you know, the ones that show lines around levels, so you know how steep the hill is that you’re about to climb. (Read the bit in Wikipedia that says that I — and MapSherpa are perhaps misusing “topographical. But nevermind.) Nothing too dramatic around the Dingle, of course, because it’s pretty much at sea level. But make yourself a topo of that hike in the Rockies and you’ve got a pretty picture all right.
Sure, Google Earth has got the “seen from above” angle covered, but without those curved lines that connect contours — isohypes — it’s hard to know how hard the trek will be.
MapSherpa lets you create the map online but then wants to charge you for a downloadable PDF. You can, of course, take a screenshot.