TheBreen wrote:It turns out you CAN edit the end point of your track, at least here on the web (not in the app itself). Log in and go to the trip you want and you'll see a map of your trip on the left and buttons on the right to edit or trim your track. I chose to trim mine.
TheBreen wrote:Click the button, then click on the map to drop a pin. You'll drag the pin on the map to create a selection box, then click another button to delete everything within the selection box. Trim the selection as close as practical, but you don't have to be perfect. Once you're done trimming, you can edit the actual points on the map, too.
In my case I zoomed in on the map, selected "Google Hybrid" so I could see the terrain, too, then dragged both the starting and ending points to the parking lot where my hike actually began and ended. The benefit of this, of course, is that you get more accurate results for things like timing and distance of your hike.
I hope this helps anyone else in a similar situation!