Activity tracking

inReach tracking of hikes and climbs

I typically carry a Delorme inReach satellite tracker when hiking, backpacking, climbing, etc. If I am out, you can view a map of ongoing activity here:


Up to a year worth of activity may be shown, so you’ll need to click on the end points to find the latest position report.

Alternately, visit the map on Delorme’s site at https://share.delorme.com/MatthewStewart or download this file and open it with Google Earth: https://share.delorme.com/feed/ShareLoader/MatthewStewart.

Garmin fenix tracking of running, skiing and cycling

I usually wear a Garmin fenix (first version) while running, skiing, cycling, climbing, hiking and on search and rescue missions and training. The climbs, hikes and SAR are only tracked in GPX format (like a regular GPS), but the more purely athletic pursuits are tracked as activities on Garmin Connect. Here is my profile there:

For fun with JSON data, my most recent ten Garmin activities are listed here:


Description Start Time Distance Duration
Seattle Marathon 20172017-11-26 08:15:0042164.82 meters16142 seconds
Port Townsend Running2017-11-19 13:53:415033.2001953125 meters1622 seconds
Port Townsend Running2017-11-04 10:16:1824621.1796875 meters9479 seconds
Port Townsend Running2017-10-28 09:30:1324140.16 meters8452 seconds
Port Townsend Running2017-10-22 08:41:5231768.45056 meters12414 seconds
Port Townsend Running2017-10-14 12:26:0123834.38464 meters9940 seconds
Port Townsend Running2017-10-07 10:39:1228469.29536 meters10906 seconds
Port Townsend Running2017-10-05 17:38:245262.55488 meters1787 seconds
Port Townsend Running2017-10-01 09:53:2311329.78176 meters4024 seconds
Port Townsend Running2017-09-29 08:58:3310943.5392 meters3887 seconds