Thursday, August 06, 2009

GPS Tracks on Google Maps is a peer to peer file sharing service for people and organisations to share GPS tours. The site uses Google Maps to help show the location of the available GPS tours.

A numbered marker clustering solution shows the number of tours available at each location. Map markers and the list of tours in the map sidebar are loaded dynamically when the map is panned and zoomed.

Each individual tour marker includes a 'display on the map' link. licking on the link loads the track of the tour on the map.

Also See
  • Runstoppable - running log, route planner, and group communication tool.
  • Trailino - submit GPS tracks and routes.
  • Trailspotting - detailed hiking routes in Northern California and the Hawaiian islands.
  • GPSED - record tracks of your trips anywhere on the Earth from your mobile device.
  • Buddyway - record trips and journeys via a GPS cell phone.
  • Trailguru - 600,000km of hiking, mountain biking, road biking and mountaineering trails.
  • Guidevtt - Swiss site devoted to mountain bike trails.
  • - over 140,000 bike routes
  • - map your travels
  • - community trail map
  • - bike trails
  • - convert your Google My Maps to GPS



Bodenseepeter said... has more than 140.000 routes ;)

Keir Clarke said...

Sorry - bit of a typing error. Now corrected!