Walking route planner

Draw your walking track on the Ordnance Survey map. It's a very precise map for walking.

To create a track : click on "Create", then click on the map to draw your track. Double click to end the track.
To modify the track : click on 'Modify', then move or create new points.
To delete a point : hover the mouse over the point you want to delete, then press 'Del' on your keyboard.

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Country :
Go to :
Choose the background map :
Click here to show the map and begin the track
Track data
Distance : 0
Vertical gain : 0
Vertical drop : 0
Highest point : 0
Lowest point : 0

The elevation chart updates automaticaly when you create or update your track.

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1. Map and track

Copy and paste the following HTML code into your page to insert the map and the track for this walk.

This map is customisable :

  • Width : change the value of 'width' in the iframe.
  • Height : change the value of 'height' in the iframe.
  • Allow zoom and move with mouse: : change the value of 'navigation' in the url (1=yes, 0=no).
  • Show zoom and move control : change the value of 'panZoom' in the url (1=yes, 0=no).
  • Show location : change the value of 'mousePosition' in the url (1=yes, 0=no).
  • Show scale : change the value of 'scaleLine' in the url (1=yes, 0=no).

This tool is free, please support us by keeping the link in the HTML code.

2. Elevation chart

Copy and paste the following HTML code into your page to insert the elevation chart for this walk.

This elevation chart is customisable :

  • Width : change the value of 'width' in the iframe.
  • Height : change the value of 'height' in the iframe.
  • Ratio distance/height difference : change the value of 'ratioAltLong' in the url.

This tool is free, please support us by keeping the link in the HTML code.

A bit lost? Do you have any ideas or feedback to improve this tool? Please let us know in the forum.