"Estimated travel time": Make values for cross country skiing more realistic
The "Estimated travel time" (see http://docs.locusmap.eu/doku.php?id=manual:user_guide:tracks:planning&s=route#estimated_travel_time) is very helpful for most movement types except for cross country skiing: Even in "fast" setting it estimates twice the real time despite we are doing classic style (not the faster skating), include the short breaks in the track time, and when we are at medium intensity without being well trained (neither technique nor fitness). I am aware that speeds strongly vary depending on style (classic vs skating) and track type (groomed or not) and piste elevation profile (flat or hilly) and weather conditions (e.g. icy pistes slow you down), hence I guess 3 speeds make more sense then 2.
My observations - feel free to refine by adding your observations :-)
- 5km/h horizontal speed is quite low, usually we're going 6,3km/h to 8,8km/h (without breaks), mostly around 7.2km/h - I assume this to be good value for "medium" speed, i.e. classic style on groomed piste
- roughly 1000m/h downhill is OK for "medium" speed (I can't tell more exactly because I have no idea how to find that value from Locus track statistics page)
- nearly 500m/h uphill is OK for "medium" speed