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I'm looking for a map website which allows the upload & display multiple GPX files. It need to allow sharing of link to the map. The closest I've found to what I need is MyGPXFiles but it doesn't give an OSM option & the permanent sharing option appears to be broken, except for the site creator's example. If anyone's able to get it to work, please let me know.

asked 27 Jul '16, 18:27

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edited 27 Jul '16, 18:32

There are dozens of those sites, my favorites are,, etc

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answered 28 Jul '16, 09:41

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This isn't what you asked but this little prog will display several GPX traces on openstreetmap. But for others to see the file they will need to install Java and Prune but once the map is cached an internet connection isn't needed.

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answered 27 Jul '16, 20:17

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Thank you. That could come in useful for something else I have to do.

(27 Jul '16, 20:47) DaveF

see older questions, e.g. (in short: see – although most sites only allow to upload and share one track a time)

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answered 28 Jul '16, 21:52

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edited 28 Jul '16, 21:52

Many of the suggestions aren't offering this feature anymore. The best I found was

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answered 19 Oct '20, 10:48

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Upload multiple, save and share:

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answered 18 Oct '23, 11:16

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