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Click on one of the elements on top of the page and then click on the map in order to draw. Double-click to complete drawing of a line or polygon. Click on an element to open its infowindow, any edits take effect after closing the infowindow. Drag marker, circle, image, text to change their position. Edit a line or polygon by mousing over it and dragging any of its vertices. Click on a main vertex to delete it. Watch the video.

LatLong: UTM Easting/Northing:

After making a map, export your data. Copy the text from textarea below to a text editor (e.g. wordpad) and save the file with correct extension (.gpx or .kml). You need to export again after any new edits to the map.

Add gridlines to map (WGS84 datum) -  DegDec:  MinDec:  UTM:  MGRS:

Magnetic Declination Coordinate Converter

+ Calculate distance and bearing (from true north) between two points

latlon utm
Distance Units: m km ft mile

Point1 - Latitude:   Longitude:
Point2 - Latitude:   Longitude:
    

Point1 - Easting:   Northing:   Zone:   Hemisphere: N S
Point2 - Easting:   Northing:   Zone:   Hemisphere: N S
    

+ Find destination point given distance and bearing (true north) from start point

latlon utm

Start point - Latitude:   Longitude:

Start point - Easting: Northing: Zone:   Hemisphere: N S

Bearing:   Distance: m km ft mile
Destination    Final bearing arriving at Pt. 2:

Add Data to Map

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Import and display your data on map / Export data to GPS

Import and export directly from / to Garmin GPS device  Garmin GPS Logo     Your Data Privacy

Install Garmin Communicator Plugin to enable communication with your Garmin GPS device through this website. Connect your GPS device (USB cable) to the computer and turn it on. Click on "Find Devices". Once device is detected, click on "Read From Device".

Read from GPS device:
Write to GPS device: Filename: To write data to you GPS once you have your gpx data in the textarea above (by exporting from map or pasting from file): click on "Find Devices", after your device is detected click "Start Writing" and then "Finish Writing" after few seconds.

Load your data files

Load GPX, KML, GeoRSS, GML, etc. spatial data on the map. Simply open your local file with a text processor such as notepad or wordpad. Copy and paste the file content into the above white text area. Click on "Load File to Map". You can add several files to map (add data after loading of previous one). You can also load a Web Map Service (WMS) data feed as an overlay on Google Map. In Google Earth add WMS server URL and select layers of interest. Then save selected data from Google Earth as kml in your local directory. Open up the file and paste contents into text area as above. Zoom in and wait for data feed to show on map. You can set the transparency of data in its properties dialogue in Google Earth.


Load remote spatial files

Enter the URL (starting with http://) of the file residing in another web server in the text boxes below.

KML, KMZ, KML Network Link, GeoRSS. You can load several remote files at a time. Just paste new "URL" and click load button. This method does not produce a legend for the spatial objects on map.

GPX, KML, GeoRSS, GML, etc. With this method you can only load one remote file at a time. To load a different file you'll need to refresh the web page.