What mapping software for GPX files?

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  • gravitysucks
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    Looking at planning some routes for a few bivvy trips and wondered what your all using these days? I did use the OS Maps on the PC a few years ago but I’m guessing things have advanced some what.

    Is there also a way of adjusting previous GPX files to create new routes?

    I’m wanting to create some routes based on the highland trail route. As its essentially 3 big loops and a out and back start so in theory it should be easy enough to do but how so?

    Premier Icon ir_bandito
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    I use memory map, but thats just because I’ve got it.

    bikehike lets you create and view gpx files online for free. OS usage is limited to a daily quota, globally. You can edit a route whilst creating it, not sure if you can edit an uploaded gpx.

    winston_dog
    Member

    There are loads of software and websites that can do this sort of stuff.

    I have used GPSies to do this sort of stuff. I have also used this open source program GPX editor.

    A GPX file can be opened with a text editor and you can change things directly if you know the co-ordinates of the new route. Be a bit tedious for a lot of changes.

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