Download GPX Maps from Travel By GPS.com to your GPS
Once you've downloaded any of Travel By GPS.com's GPS maps in GPX format, use ExpertGPS to send the waypoints and track data to your GPS receiver. ExpertGPS is desktop mapping software for Windows 8, 7, XP and Vista that allows you to view GPS data from any Garmin, Magellan, Lowrance, or Eagle GPS receiver over topo maps and aerial photos. ExpertGPS can send any GPX file from Travel By GPS.com to your GPS, plot it over a topo map, or convert it to KML so you can view the trip data in Google Earth.
How to send a Travel By GPS.com GPX file to your GPS
- Download and Install ExpertGPS
- Open the GPX file, using the Open command on the File menu in ExpertGPS.
- Click Send to GPS. You'll be prompted to select your GPS model from the list the first time you do this.
- Check which types of data (waypoints, routes, tracks) you want to send to your GPS.
- That's it! ExpertGPS will send the data in the GPX file to your GPS so you can navigate there.
View GPS waypoints and tracklogs from any handheld GPS receiver over aerial photos and US topographic maps. Plan your next outdoor adventure over scanned USGS topo maps and send a route directly to your GPS receiver to guide you in the field. View your GPS tracklog over an aerial photo to see exactly where you went.
ExpertGPS downloads aerial photos and topo maps for any location in the US, saving the maps to your hard drive. Disconnect your laptop and head out on a trip, and all of your data is available.
Doug Adomatis recommends ExpertGPS for authoring GPS Maps
Most of the GPS maps at TravelByGPS.com are published in the GPs eXchange (.gpx) file format, and authored using ExpertGPS software. I highly recommend using ExpertGPS for creating simple GPS maps with waypoint and track data. Use ExpertGPS to manage all your waypoint and track data. It is compatible with most all data file formats and GPS brands.
New features were added to ExpertGPS on July 28, 2015
ExpertGPS runs on Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, and XP.