Ah ok, I recorded it on the strava app on my phone. I don’t have a garmin but wondered if the strava app had some sort of playback feature, obviously not. Is there even a way that you can turn the map feature to satellite (like google maps) so that you could roughly follow it on the screen?
You’ll need a gpx viewer for your phone, you can download the route file to your phone and view/follow that way. Don’t know of any free ones but spending a few quid on an app is less than a few hundred on a nav garmin.
Or you can get the £80 garmin edge 200 to let you follow a route, but it’s literally just a black line to follow.
Use Viewranger to record routes at the same time as Strava. It uses either open source or paid for OS maps. And allows you to view/create/sync routes from a pc.
It is possible to export routes from Strava as gpx files then import them into other apps, such as viewranger. Export as gpx Is a premium member feature, however there is a workaround if you google it.
So I joined a local club that ride my local trails. I used strava to record the ride. Seeing as the route we took was pretty disorientating in places and my memory not being great I struggle to find some of the more hidden singletrack we rode. My question is can I somehow use strava as a sort of satnav to allow me to follow the exact route we took?