I've just completed about 1000-mile drive around the state of CA (LA - Mammoth Lakes - S. Lake Tahoe - Reno - S. Lake Tahoe - SF - Fresno - Sequoia National Park - LA). I have current.gpx file from my Nuvi 760. As I understand it, this file keeps track of my trip.
Looking at the trip log on the GPS itself isn't as easy as it is on a computer (with a large monitor) so I'm looking for an online map where I can load my current.gpx file to see where I've been.
I'd rather not install any software (like Google Earth or Mapsource) on my notebook. That's why I'm looking for an online map. Does anyone know? Thanks in advance.
Use http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/map_input draw map.
Input data under Upload your GPS data files here on right using browse.Load the gpx file and click draw map.
Cool. Thanks. I'll give it a try later when I'm home.
Using the track files from my old Magellan handheld, the software came right up with the map of our 2008 trip to the Black Hills. Thanks Charles. This IS a great way to share a trip.
GPS visualizer is great but I like the animation on everytrail.com. How did you create the track, spokybob?
I downloaded everytrail app and installed it on my iPod Touch. I looks like I can track my trip if I have a device with GPS receiver (like the iPhone). I don't have an iPhone. How can I create one with my existing Nuvi track log? Thanks much.
Never mind. I created an account on EveryTrail.com site. I was able to upload my Nuvi track log to create an animated path.
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