I stumbled across this trip planner
a couple weeks ago, and I am astonished at how useful it is.
For those who use Garmin PNDs, Furkot offers route export in .gpx file compatible with newer Garmin PNDs (and several other file formats too)
And while Furkot has always been able to import
Garmin .gpx and generic .csv files with the following fields
Furkot now directly supports garmin-formet .csv files
that are available here on POI Factory (and elsewhere).
FWIW, I'm working on a project to create POI files with a lot more info in them than is in most of the files on here, which are oriented toward PNDs. What I want to do is create sets of bookmarks and notes that make it easier to plan trips using the same POI sets that can be loaded into PNDs (especially Garmin).
As I mentioned here,
The demise of S&T & SA (which had no real innovation for about a decade prior) has created a need for a modern equivalent of the S&T POI Megafile, one that works with modern browsers and mobile apps, to bring together in one organizational system the information travelers need.
...FWIW, I'm working on a project to create POI files with a lot more info in them than is in most of the files on here, which are oriented toward PNDs.
What are PNDs? Of course, they are Personal Navigation Devices! Does this mean dedicated GPSs or smartphones with navigation software?
The term PND refers to "traditional" hardware PNDs, for example:
The primary function of smartphones is typically something other than just navigation.
Thanks for causing that to be clarified for the others who didn't know...
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