Is Traveled Elevation from my home elevation or sea level?
Edit: Thank you for the answers, but they don't answer my question. If I take my average elevation times my number of finds, I get over 34,000,000 feet. But that would assume I start at sea level and go to the cache and then back to sea level, which is not accurate. But let's say I go to Colorado Springs, about 6,000 feet and then one day drive up to Pikes Peak and get 6 caches at 14,000 feet. My elevation traveled that day is about 8,000 feet. Let's say I go the next day and get one more cache on Pikes Peak, again, traveling about 8,000 feet. Project GC says my "traveled elevation" is about 1,800,000 feet. Does that statistic assume I started at my home elevation, about 80 feet (Orange County, CA), on each day? Or does it use the elevation of my previous cache find? Or is there some other algorithm that is used?