this is my second posted question here in this forum. I've tried the Locus free app and was so happy with this android app, I bought Locus Pro and I have to mention: It's absolutely worth to buy it, because you can review the recorded tracks with different diagrams, that's really great!
Before I've used a computer and created my first route with: http://geo.ebp.ch/gelaendeprofil/
, converted it to GPX format with http://www.gpsies.com/convert.do
and sent it to my smartphone and opened it with the Locus app. With this procedure I was able to find a way to manually minimise the total meters I have to ride uphill.
I live in Switzerland and I'm looking for tours of approximately 30 km which are useful for mountainbikers and walkers: I'm a freestyle/downhill unicyclist but I want to avoid long sections of several hundreds of meters for cars which don't have sidewalks for pedestrians. If I'm looking for new routes I always combine routes for walkers, in-line skaters and wheelchair-accessible routes. So short staircases are no big problem for me.
Without using a computer I'd like to use Locus Pro or a website tool to create a route from point A to point B with an uphill meter altitude penalty of let's say 200 meters. The app or website should give me the shortest available track (optimized for pedestrians) with these 200 m altitude restrictions and should be importable in the Locus app.
Do you know a solution?