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Members must supply a valid email address. User accounts are limited to one per email address. This is to reduce abuse of the site and maintain quality of the information for the benifit of all users and members.


Members Share GPX Routes & Waypoinrs

This website allows fellow UK walking enthusiasts to share their own GPS .gpx files of walking related waypoints, and walking routes or tracks of walks they have done.

(Your uploaded GPX files will automatically be checked for matches in the Hill-baggers tick lists – see below)

Members Hill Bagging Tick-lists

Members can also use the hill & trigpoints lists on this site to keep track of their own hill bagging. More Details Here…

There is also an opportunity to adding your comments, or photos to any of the hills or trig-points on this website.


DISCLAIMER: Members’ Routes and Waypoints

Obviously these files have been provided by other people with no system for quality checking at all. I take absolutely no responsibility for them whatsoever.

This site is NOT for advertising.

Abuse of the site will result in your records being deleted and your user account and IP address range being banned.

2 responses to “Membership”

  1. Rob Schoonbeek says:

    Good day,

    We’re going to visit the Glenlivit area in May and like to make some walks around. Of course we could buy a walking map, but firstly I’ve a Etrex20 so I like to make or find (gpx) tracks and secondly is my question; is it possible to create ones own tracks from a detailed map online? Or are there any gpx files to find around Glenlivet and Tomintoul. I found a few, but not from Your site, which has loads of tracks in the area around.

    Hope You can help me on this.



  2. Phil Newby says:

    Hi Rob
    Sorry we haven’t any routes on our site in that area at the moment – if you do record any while you are there we would love to host them for other users in the future.

    In terms of using online mapping to make a GPX route then you could try OS get a map service at or a number of other options you can find on the web.

    Personally i prefer a PC based solution like Memory Map

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