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Runsonplants
Mt. Kenya

I was just viewing my heat-map and saw a 'heat line' in an area that I didn't recall ever running there. I tried clicking the 'heat line' to see if it would take me to the activity(ies) that I had run there - it didn't.

So, I'm thinking this could be a handy feature, anyone agree?

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Ian
Pico de Orizaba

Hi Runsonplants - the functionality you are looking for exists in veloviewer.com - this is a companion site to Strava that uses your Strava data for more in depth analysis (I assume it's OK to mention them in this forum as they are advertised on the Strava site).  I use veloviewer to look at bike activities - I assume the same functionality applies to other activity types.  I can use veloviewer to get a map of all my activities (essentially a personal heatmap) and, like you, I occasionally see straight lines across areas I haven't been, indicating GPS issues I hadn't previously spotted.  By clicking the relevant line I can see details of the appropriate activity.

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wookasz
Shkhara

This is a great idea. Clearly, Strava already has this information since when you zoom out it shows you the number of activities in the area. I would love to be able to click on the map to view the activity.

Ian
Pico de Orizaba

Hi Runsonplants - the functionality you are looking for exists in veloviewer.com - this is a companion site to Strava that uses your Strava data for more in depth analysis (I assume it's OK to mention them in this forum as they are advertised on the Strava site).  I use veloviewer to look at bike activities - I assume the same functionality applies to other activity types.  I can use veloviewer to get a map of all my activities (essentially a personal heatmap) and, like you, I occasionally see straight lines across areas I haven't been, indicating GPS issues I hadn't previously spotted.  By clicking the relevant line I can see details of the appropriate activity.

Seems pretty neat, but it requires payment to show data on more than the 25 past activities. I'm already paying Strava, don't want to pay another service.

Thanks Ian, I'll check that out 👍