- GPS / GPX Websites
I have a load of routes planned and stored on Komoot but they are all in a long list.
Do any of the other mapping websites store them on an overview of the UK?
I want to be able to zoom in on an area and see what I have planned / saved round there instead of trying to work out where they are from memory or the name.Posted 3 days ago
Does it have to be online/website or would you be happy to have something on a PC?Posted 3 days ago
Needs to be onlinePosted 3 days ago
If the routes are on Strava, can use Veloviewer to show them all on a map.Posted 3 days ago
RideWithGPS can do that. Download them all from Kamoot as it’s nice to have them saved locally anyway and then upload them to RideWithGPS. Select them all and they’ll all appear on a map. This can be really useful if you want to link up parts of routes aswell. It’s the most powerful route manipulation webapp that I know of and have used it for mapping both off-road and road routes around the world. You do need to pay for some of its features though, one being downloading a gpx file with POIs.Posted 2 days ago
I’ll have a look at that thanks, not sure having them saved locally serves any purpose as I’ll have two online repositories and paying to download sounds a bit arse but we’ll see.Posted 2 days ago
OK ride with GPS doesn’t do that at all, its no different to Komoot, just a massive long list of routes with no GB map overview.
Any suggestions for a site that does what I’d like it to?Posted 2 days ago
You can select all the rides (in your list) and have them appear all on a map to edit or view all at once. It’s pretty complex so without providing all the instructions for you you’d need to explore further into the sites’ capabilities.
The reason I like to download a gpx file is to use it within an app on my phone, or on a garmin gps device to use offline where there’s no phone signal. Downloading a gpx file is free but if you want a gpx file with embedded POIs such as cafe stops en route then that facility needs to be paid for via the subscription.
I’ll provide a screen dump as evidence of my claim later but need to go out now.Posted 2 days ago
I’ve no interest in downloading anything, I already have all that covered.
I think I’ve worked out how to get them on a map but as you say its a bit long winded.Posted 2 days ago
If they are in, or can be put in, Strava then this handy tool plots them all on a map. For free too.Posted 2 days ago
Gpsies does that. Might be a bit dated compared to some of the modern equivalents though. Not entirely sure if you can filter down to just your own rides either.
RideWithGPS allows you to search for rides based on the starting point. Allows various, filters, road, off-road, distance, elevation, etc, which is all quite useful. Requires the premium version to actually upload routes from file though.Posted 2 days ago
Wiciloc does everything you are asking for. Basic is free,Premium isn’t expensive but lots more features inc wireless downloading.Posted 2 days ago
gpsies now call alltrails does that.Posted 1 day ago
Turns out Komoot already has this function, it was just a bit hidden away.
Thanks for the suggestions but I wont be using any of them.Posted 1 day ago
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