- reverse geocoding: track points labeled with names of nearby features;
- maps: view your track on Google Maps;
- stats: distance, elevation, speed and time;
- graphs: interactive elevation/speed/distance;
This is the first page you see after the web application calculates various statistics from your track data.
The tool also provides you with different interactive graphs as well as some Google Maps showing certain aspects of your tracks.
Here's part of the Google Maps map it created showing my route, color-coded by elevation (using a green to red color gradient):
And here's the elevation profile it provided:
The tool also gives you a speed vs. distance graph as well. Give it a try when you get a chance.