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Is there a website where I can give it a link to my GPX file and it overlays all the waypoints (not tracks) on an OSM rendered map?

asked 30 Oct '10, 13:55

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Tony Morris
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edited 02 Sep '13, 00:09

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There are some websites where you can change the standard google maps layer to openstreetmap layer such as

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answered 31 Oct '10, 14:04

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Does http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/ have an OSM layer, too?

(31 Oct '10, 19:09) stephan75

No, seemingly not...

(31 Oct '10, 19:17) katpatuka

mobilemap.petschge.de renders waypoints and tracks in GPX files uploaded to it. So if the GPX file contains only waypoints that might for work for you too.

(31 Oct '10, 19:38) petschge

http://umap.openstreetmap.fr/ it allows you to upload kml, gpx, geojson to a layer.

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answered 04 Sep '13, 17:36

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Have a look at viewranger http://www.viewranger.com

As an example, I can export the keepright errors to GPX and import them to viewranger. Each waypoint shows up as a footballs against your chosen map (the standard map options include several versions of OSM).

It comes in both mobile and web versions so you can use it on a desktop or take it with you.

In the mobile versions, you can also see your current position or record your tracks.

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answered 02 Sep '13, 13:15

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edited 02 Sep '13, 13:16

There is also a wiki page for ViewRanger GPS (only about the app as of now)

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