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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 have an OSM layer, too?

(31 Oct '10, 19:09) stephan75

No, seemingly not...

(31 Oct '10, 19:17) katpatuka 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 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

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)

(02 Sep '13, 16:04) aseerel4c26 ♦

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