Went for a walk along a section of Dandenong Creek Trail sometime in November 2012. Dandenong Creek Trail was around 49km in length so it’s impossible to complete the trail in one day of leisure walk. We walked from Dandenong train station up to Wellington Rd when it was getting dark and we decided to cut it short (the initial plan was to finish at Bayswater station).
RunKeeper stopped working twice, hence the missing broken paths in the map further below. The first was between Monash Freeway and Dandenong Valley Hwy, and the second was between Police Rd and Wellington Rd. Not sure what happened there with RunKeeper.
Took a relaxing short walk along parts of Mitchell River in Bairnsdale last weekend. First countryside walk without snake warning sign!
It was a bit cloudy and drizzly during the walk. Nice scenery on the eastern side of the walk specially when you get a bit of sunlight after the rain.
Nice 15km walk in Warrnambool around Lake Pertobe and along the beach, resulting in one badly sun burnt face. Like any of the trails I’ve walked on so far in Australia, this one also had several snake warning signs, I’m beginning to get used to it.
8.5km walk on the central part of Hobsons Bay Coastal Trail today, followed by great coffee and lunch at Duchess Of Spotswood.
Today I did a 13km walk along Koonung Creek Trail. Legs are absolutely sore at the moment but the endorphins always feel great.
Some pictures I took along the way…
And the route…
How to display RunKeeper activity map on Google Maps without using RunKeeper embed code
- Export GPX of RunKeeper activity map data (Share -> Advanced Options -> Export GPX).
- Convert it to KML using GPS Visualizer (Upload your GPS -> Create KML file).
- Import KML to Google Maps (My Places -> Create New Map -> Import).
- Use Google Maps embed code on your website (click the button with link icon on the top right).