So I recently hiked Humphrey's Peak in Arizona and was curious if I passed through multiple different Köppen climate types.
Quoting https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Arizona#Humphreys_Peak , "Towards the top of the trail Humphreys Peak contains the only area of subarctic tundra south of the Rocky Mountains". I'm assuming subarctic tundra is a reference to the Köppen climate type, which makes me wonder what other Köppen climate type I hiked through.
For Arizona there's a map at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Arizona#/media/File:Arizona_K%C3%B6ppen.svg but it's of limited resolution and you can't really search by latitude / longitude on that map. And, more generally, it'd be cool to have a map of the entire US (or entire world lol) vs a map of a single state!