Tobler's hiking function
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- dh = elevation difference,
- dx = distance,
- S = slope,
- Θ = angle of slope (inclination).
On flat terrain this formula works out to 5 km/h. For off-path travel should be multiplied by 3/5, for horseback by 5/4.
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