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I found a a walking path and I would like to download the GPS trace but I am non able to find it in the OSM site. I am looking for: www.openstreetmap.org/#map=16/45.8259/7.6034.

Thaks in advance.

Marco Forni, Italy

asked 12 Aug '18, 09:53

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(12 Aug '18, 10:25) Hjart

Likely the easiest way to get a GPX of a hiking route (however not just the path in question) Is to use the waymarkedtrails website, see https://hiking.waymarkedtrails.org/#route?id=3902413 for the hiking route the way is part of.

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answered 12 Aug '18, 14:00

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Overpass-turbo is a good way to get specific features in an area, or indeed a single way (syntax is way(id:123456) where 123456 is way identifier. Data can be downloaded in KML and GPX formats suitable for use on a phone or GPS device.

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answered 13 Aug '18, 10:49

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