I'm using the train (mostly in Germany and neighboring countries) quite often. I'd like to draw a map of the exact rail tracks I have been using. The application I'm using requires GPX for import.

What is the easiest way to get a specific rail track (e.g., Berlin to Munich via X, Y, Z) in GPX format?

Thanks for any hint.

asked 01 Dec '12, 14:49

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Maybe Frederiks answer here is also helpful for you.

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answered 09 Dec '12, 01:26

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If you have an Android, I would recommend the free Oruxmaps (for the tracking). I don't know if it´s also available for iPhone. It can be configured for a high update rate (under GPS settings), for when you use the ICE, and is very accurate.

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