Hello all! There are a lot applications to print our maps, but I still can’t find what I need.

1) Upload pre-recorded "curved" GPS-track – in .gpx or .kml format 2) Print out the track pieces and map around it with a set scale.

So in general I want to have a bunch of graphic map tiles “following” my track. The more detailed scale I choose the more tiles I have in output. My wish is to have printed suitable paper maps to hike outdoor along the GPS-track.

Also the map tiles shouldn’t be chopped from a mere layered grid, ‘cos this way I will have some graphic tiles having a little of track and some without it at all.

What service – online or offline, - can accomplish such task? Thanks!

asked 12 Jan, 20:15

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edited 13 Jan, 08:52

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I am not exactly sure what you need, but CalTopo might work for you. However I think its coverage is limited to the United States and if you need/want contour lines the default is in feet.

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answered 13 Jan, 21:12

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