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Status: Archived

It would be great to be able to create a segment from Point A to Point B and track your time regardless of route.

No need to display while riding/running but good to analyse after especially useful for working out commuter or other regular routes

Status changed to: Gathering Kudos

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Mt. Kenya

This would be a great addition, and could help reduce the large numbers of segments created where lots of very similar routes go between two points. Especially useful for hill running where slight variations midway cause the whole thing to not match with existing segments, but many variations are possible. Intermediate points in the track could still be checked to verify efforts.

Mt. Kenya

Also for MTB: I always like to take different routes to climb, but this makes it hard to track improvements as Strava does not allow me to make a comparison.

Mt. Kenya

This would be a great addition for backcountry skiing. For example, there is a trailhead that most people start at and the summit of the mountain is where most people stop, transition, and ski down. However, the skintrack (uphill route) changes frequently due to different snowstorms. This means that the same route to the summit will never be taken. A point to point segment would allow backcountry skiers to compare their ascent times without the requirement of taking the same exact route to the summit.

Status changed to: Archived
Moderator Moderator

Hello. We wanted to let you know that your idea submission from January of 2023 will be archived. While this idea is interesting, we don’t have any immediate plans to implement this and currently aren’t able to prioritize this idea.

Please note that your feedback is valuable to Strava. As stated in our Community Idea Guidelines, we receive many idea submissions each week, and realistically, there may be various reasons that prevent us from including an idea on our Product Roadmap.  

We want to thank you for taking the time to submit your idea and we look forward to your continued contributions to the Strava Community.  

Jane (she/her)
STRAVA | Community Hub Team