My GPX Routes

I have been gradually adding day routes onto Viewranger 👣 for some time on an ad hoc basis. As long as the routes don’t seem to involve any hazards, I have made them public and free for people to download, but I hadn’t put much effort into the quality of the route information. As I have gradually realised how helpful good quality downloads can be, I decided to start adding GPX files for all my day routes and publishing some routes retrospectively to replace the slightly vague descriptions I had been giving on early YouTube and blog descriptions.

Viewranger

My Viewranger profile

There are now over 35 free, downloadable routes on Viewranger. I am pleased to see that there has been a steady interest in downloading these routes, so I have started adding links from my blog posts and YouTube, as well as improving the route information. I hope you will find them helpful if you are considering walks in this part of the world, and that they will work well in conjunction with the blog posts and videos.

Salters Road

Hartside to Salter’s Road route map on Viewranger courtesy of Ordnance Survey ©

If these downloads are used for profit by you or your company, I would be really grateful if you would consider supporting me so that I can increase the number of routes which are available to download.

Happy Hiking. Rose🌹

About rucksackrose

I enjoy wild places, hiking, camping, writing and good chat.
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