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gena catharine · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Aug 2017 · Points: 0

Hi do you guys have an api for hiking data i can use? i noticed that there was one for mountain project thanks!

Nick Wilder · · The Bubble · Joined Jan 2005 · Points: 5,641

It's pretty limited, but we have something here: https://www.hikingproject.com/data

Lisa Peck · · Boulder · Joined 18 days ago · Points: 0
Nick Wilder wrote:

It's pretty limited, but we have something here: https://www.hikingproject.com/data

Hi Nick. I've set up the API but I'm only seeing about 10 trails returned in the Boulder, Colorado area. They seem to all be listed as "featured hikes" - is the the limitation you describe mean we don't get all the data?

Ryan Rhodes · · Unknown Hometown · Joined 17 days ago · Points: 0
Lisa Peck wrote:

Hi Nick. I've set up the API but I'm only seeing about 10 trails returned in the Boulder, Colorado area. They seem to all be listed as "featured hikes" - is the the limitation you describe mean we don't get all the data?

I am able to change my lat and long queries and get different trails with all of the data offered. You should be able to do the same.

James Hafer · · Unknown Hometown · Joined 14 days ago · Points: 0
Lisa Peck wrote:

Hi Nick. I've set up the API but I'm only seeing about 10 trails returned in the Boulder, Colorado area. They seem to all be listed as "featured hikes" - is the the limitation you describe mean we don't get all the data?

Hey Lisa, you will want to use the maxResults query parameter. It defaults to 10 but you can change it up to 500.

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