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Printing .gpx routes

tommybattommybat Posts: 667
edited October 2014 in Tour & expedition
Anyone have a solution for printing out a compact overview of .gpx routes in case of garmin fail/loss? Obviously a map is an option but 90% of it wouldn't be needed.

Thanks for any advice :D

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  • andymillerandymiller Posts: 2,856
    edited October 2014
    http://www.bikemap.net/en/

    Upload the gpx then printout an 'offline route guide' - a choice of two or three levels of detail (although generally the least detailed should be enough).

    A map is still a good idea - eg if you need to make an unexpected detour.
  • tommybat wrote:
    Anyone have a solution for printing out a compact overview of .gpx routes in case of garmin fail/loss? Obviously a map is an option but 90% of it wouldn't be needed.

    Thanks for any advice :D

    Ridewithgps creates a cue sheet when you plan a route, you could print this either to pdf or some other format and edit it to meet your requirements.
    I see that ridewithgps will allow you to edit and delete the cue sheet entries as required, therefore you could do this prior to printing.

    Here is a sample

    15395951576_ab4d5d8aff_b.jpg
  • tommybattommybat Posts: 667
    Brilliant, thanks! bikemap.net is perfect :D
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