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Land: Open tracks from Go.TwoNav.com directly in Land

We keep changing to improve your user experience. If you use Go.TwoNav.com to check your own routes or those shared by friends, from now on you will be able to open them in Land 8.7 with just a click.

 

From now on, if you visit the GO web portal (Go.TwoNav.com), you will see a new button:

 ‘Open track in GO’

This button lets you open the route you are viewing in Land. GO will open the same track in Land without the need to download it manually. This way you can analyse more route data, or even modify the layout by adding more waypoints easily from Land.

 

 

You will find this button in the following places in Go.TwoNav.com:

Routes list: Next to the ‘Transfer track’ and ‘Delete track’ buttons.

Route analysis page: Next to the ‘Transfer track’, ‘Download track’ and ‘Share track’ buttons.

 

IMPORTANT: To open any track from Go.TwoNav.com in Land, you must use the same user account in both places.

 

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Land: New orthophoto map of the entire world now available

Do you need a map for your next adventure and don’t have one for the area? Download Land 8.7 right now and use the new worldwide orthophoto map. It’s free, so use it as often as you need!

 

Surely the first question that comes to mind is: “What is an orthophoto map?”

An orthophoto is a satellite photograph with information on the Earth’s surface. In other words, it’s an overhead photo that includes all the real elements that make up the ground layer of the earth (buildings, trees, roads…).

 

 

Follow these steps to view this new map for free:

IMPORTANT: Internet access is required to display the map.

1 – Centre the map window over the geographical area that you want the map to show.

2 – In the data tree, press ‘Online files > On-line maps > World’.

3 – Select the map in question: ‘Aerial_ESRI_ArcGIS.cwms’.

4 – The map will then be loaded. The loading process may take a few seconds.

 

Despite being an on-line map, you can also use it on your GPS even though it doesn’t have an internet connection. To do so, you must create a map section (portion of the on-line map that you will save on your computer). This way you can have a part of the map without having to be connected to the internet during your activity.

 

By the way, remember that the ‘On-line maps’ section of the Land data tree offers other free maps from around the world that you can use to plan your next outings.

 

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Destinations

Austria: 100% mountaineering, select the destination to discover

Are you one of those people who think that Austria is synonymous with winter and snow? Think again! We propose several routes for visiting the country of mountains year-round: Tyrol, Salzburg, Danube, Vienna…

Austria has an alpine climate and two-thirds of the country is mountains. This makes it perfect for any mountain activity such as hiking, cycling, mountain biking, or even extreme mountaineering. Join the TwoNav challenge and discover new destinations!

By the way, if you do go ahead and visit other places in Austria, TwoNav can provide you the map you need, just let us know your destination. Always travel safe!

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Nauders-Innsbruck, Tyrol

Multi-day cycling route starting in Nauders, next to the Swiss border. Doable route for most people. A large majority of the paths are paved and well signposted. The itinerary ends once it reaches Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol.

Sport: Cyclotourism
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 146 km
Duration: 2 days
Maximum altitude: 1.353 m
Elevation gain: 2.822 m


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Untersberg, Salzburg

Circular route that starts in the town of Grödig and climbs up to the Untersberg massif. The itinerary starts along the river, goes into the forest, and finally arrives at the cable car station.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 11 km
Duration: 4 h
Maximum altitude: 1.811 m
Elevation gain: 1.724 m


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Hohe Tauern National Park, Tyrol

The Hohe Tauern National Park is one of the largest unspoiled natural areas in Europe. Since 1981, it has been the largest national park in Austria, with its 1.800 km² surface area covering much of the Eastern Alps.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 18 km
Duration: 6 h
Maximum altitude: 2.515 m
Elevation gain: 728 m


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Route along the Danube

Bicycle touring route that runs along the Danube river at all times. Itinerary divided into 4 stages, 1 per day: Schlögen-Linz (stage 1), Linz-Grein (stage 2), Grein-Krems (stage 3) and Krems-Vienna (stage 4).

Sport: Cyclotourism
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 278 km
Duration: 4 days
Maximum altitude: 373 m
Elevation gain: 2.614 m


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Nockberge Biosphere Reserve

The westernmost mountain range in the Gurktal Alps, located in the federal states of Carinthia, Salzburg and Styria. In July 2012, Nockberge and the adjacent Lungau region were designated a biosphere reserve by UNESCO.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 12 km
Duration: 3 h 40 min
Maximum altitude: 2.067 m
Elevation gain: 371 m


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Oetz-Innsbruck, Tyrol

The same route that Alejandro Valverde rode before being crowned winner of the World Road Cycling Championship of 2018. After this stage, Valverde got the rainbow jersey and climbed to the top of the podium.

Sport: Road Cycling
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 73 km
Duration: 4 h 15 min
Maximum altitude: 2.033 m
Elevation gain: 3.068 m


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Destinations

Italy: 6 incredible locations for a unique holiday

Cycling or Hiking? A new way to rediscover the country beyond the Alps. Get away from conventional tourism and join the TwoNav challenge: get to know other countries by practicing your favourite sport.

A different way to explore Italy: choose your route, download the track and discover. TwoNav brings you all kinds of routes that are suited to different levels. No more excuses. TwoNav makes it easy for you!

Also, if you want to visit other parts of Italy such as the Alps, Trentino, the Dolomites or the Apennines, the TwoNav map catalogue has the map you need for your next adventure.

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3 cime di Lavaredo, Dolomites

The unmistakable shape of the three vertical walls towering some 700 metres make this route one of the most visited in the Dolomites. The itinerary starts at the Auronzo refuge and runs along the Mezzo pass (2.315 m), Locatelli refuge (2.405 m) and Piani lakes.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 11 km
Duration: 2 h 15 min
Maximum altitude: 2.470 m
Elevation gain: 746 m


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Monte Bondone, Trento

Route starting and ending in Torbole, next to Lake Garda. The itinerary offers a wide range of settings, from typical Mediterranean vegetation to alpine landscapes. Its highest point is Mount Bondone, a mountain in the west of Trentino that is part of the Garda Prealps.

Sport: Mountain Biking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 65 km
Duration: 3 h 30 min
Maximum altitude: 1.144 m
Elevation gain: 2.997 m


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Taou Blanc, Alps

Mount Taou is a peak located in the Graian Alps in the Valle d’Aosta region. Together with the Cima di Entrelor and the Cima dell’Aouillé, they make up the three most-visited peaks in the basin between Valsavarenche and Val di Rhêmes. Thanks to its unique position, it is regarded as a natural balcony from which to take in the Gran Paradiso massif.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: High
Distance: 14 km
Duration: 6 h 15 min
Maximum altitude: 3.391 m
Elevation gain: 1.299 m


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Paneveggio Pale di San Martino, Dolomites

Iconic route, perhaps one of the most popular in the Dolomites. It starts in the Paneveggio Park visitor’s centre and, through forests, reaches the Malgia Venegia plain, which provides a spectacular view towards Cima Vezzena and Cimon della Pala. The descent begins after Lake Passo.

Sport: Mountain Biking
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 20 km
Duration: 2 h 30 min
Maximum altitude: 2.205 m
Elevation gain: 951 m


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Litorale-Carso, Trieste

Bikepacking route starting and ending in Trieste. This is the same track as in the 3rd edition of CARSOtrail, held on May 10, 2019. The route penetrates into Slovenian territory and enters this limestone plateau famous for its landscapes, cliffs and hills overlooking the Adriatic Sea.

Sport: Mountain Biking
Difficulty: High
Distance: 331 km
Duration: 2 days
Maximum altitude: 1.260 m
Elevation gain: 8.639 m


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Route of the museums, Naples

100% urban route within Naples. Relaxing itinerary through the most classical and modest districts of the capital of Campania. Naples offers enormous historical, artistic and cultural wealth, which led UNESCO to declare its historic centre a World Heritage site in 1995.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 7 km
Duration: 1 h 45 min
Maximum altitude: 160 m
Elevation gain: 195 m


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Destinations

France: 7 places that all cyclists and hikers should discover

Would you like a different way to explore France? France contains spots of unimaginable natural beauty. Pick your destination and let TwoNav guide the way.

Alsace, Alps, Pyrenees, Corsica, Brittany… France is much more than just Paris! Pack your rucksack, shoes and bicycle… And go out and enjoy the nice weather!

And if you’re heading somewhere else, remember that we can provide any map you need for your next outing. Find a place that interests you and the TwoNav map finder will show you the best maps for that location.

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Ungersberg, Alsace

At over 900 m high, Ungersberg is one of the most visited peaks in the Vosges Mountains. From the top of the peak, you can see the other peaks in the range, as well as the Rhine River Plain, in the middle of Alsace.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 11 km
Duration: 2 h 30 min
Maximum altitude: 886 m
Elevation gain: 723 m
Provider: IGN Rando


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Lac Blanc, Alps

Lac Blanc is in the Natural Reserve of Aiguilles Rouges, a mountain range located in Chamonix, just opposite Mont Blanc. Of note is the perfect condition of the trails, which are very well signposted. There is a shelter next to Lac Blanc where you can spend the night.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 11 km
Duration: 2 h 45 min
Maximum altitude: 2.378 m
Elevation gain: 1.301 m
Provider: IGN Rando


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Forêt d’en Malo, Pyrenees

Without a doubt, one of the most beautiful walks in the French Pyrenees. Over the course of its 13 km, you’ll see typical Mediterranean landscapes alongside cliffs with views of Axat and the peaks of Bugarach and Corbières. If you want, you can also visit the Castle of Puilaurens and the Pierre Lys gorges.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 13 km
Duration: 3 h 30 min
Maximum altitude: 1.444 m
Elevation gain: 752 m
Provider: IGN Rando


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Cap Corse, Corsica

The northernmost area of the island of Corsica is home to this small peninsula that disrupts its silhouette. This is a circular route that is sure to delight. Discover Canelle and Rota, picturesque towns with roads from Roman times, arches, fountains and mills.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 8 km
Duration: 4 h
Maximum altitude: 389 m
Elevation gain: 564 m
Provider: IGN Rando


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Camaret-sur-Mer, Brittany

Camaret-sur-Mer is a small fishing town located at the western end of the Crozon peninsula. This circular route completely encircles the entire peninsula. Pleasant, relaxing route of barely 20 km that can be done in a relatively short time.

Sport: Mountain biking
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 20 km
Duration: 2 h
Maximum altitude: 60 m
Elevation gain: 239 m
Provider: Vélo en France


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Rochers ruiniformes du Causse Noir, Aveyron

Circular route to and from Saint-André-de-Vézines. The route runs through Grands Causses, declared a regional natural park in 1995. This natural setting in Occitanie was also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011.

Sport: Mountain biking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 16 km
Duration: 2 h 30 min
Maximum altitude: 878 m
Elevation gain: 473 m
Provider: Vélo en France


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Le Bois de la Plaine, Puy-de-Dôme

This relaxing and peaceful route offers a nice view of Bois de la Plaine and its castle. It’s a circular route just 8 km long. It’s kid-friendly and it takes under an hour to ride at a normal pace.

Sport: Mountain biking
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 8 km
Duration: 1 h
Maximum altitude: 460 m
Elevation gain: 102 m
Provider: Vélo en France


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Destinations

Spain: 6 mountain destinations for a weekend getaway

Join the TwoNav challenge, as we recommend wonderful places in Spain for you to discover that you may not know about. So take note and dare to discover the other side of Spain!

Mountain routes for both hikers and cyclists, especially selected by our best partners: Pyrenees, mountains of Cantabria, the central mountain range, Andalusia, Canary and Balearic Islands…

If you’ve already planned your next outing and don’t have a map, we can help. Select your destination and TwoNav will look for the best map for your destination.

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Monte Perdido, Pyrenees

Classic route to reach the top of Ordesa and Europe’s highest limestone mountain. This route, which is highly travelled in the summer, offers magnificent views of many summits in the central Pyrenees.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 4 km
Duration: 2 h
Maximum altitude: 3.239 m
Elevation gain: 1.057 m
Provider: Editorial Alpina


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Teide, Canary Islands

Linear path in the Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The route starts from the Roques de García and runs 12 km, passing through the crater of the Pico Viejo (Old Peak) before summiting the Teide.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 12 km
Duration: 4 h 45 min
Maximum altitude: 3.718 m
Elevation gain: 1.625 m


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Huerga de Babia-Pola de Somiedo, Mountains of Cantabria

22nd National Crossing of the Cantabrian Mountains. Route along paths and trails between Bibia (León) and Somiedo (Asturias). Impressive landscapes span practically the entire route, with segments that are difficult to access and ride on.

Sport: Mountain biking
Difficulty: High
Distance: 45 km
Duration: 6 h 20 min
Maximum altitude: 1.878 m
Elevation gain: 2.575 m


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Serra de Tramuntana, Balearic Islands

Most mountaineers in Mallorca consider Torrent de Pareis to be the most extraordinary excursion on the entire island. Thanks to its unique biological and geological features, Torrent de Pareis was declared a Natural Landmark in Mallorca in 2003.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 7 km
Duration: 3 h 40 min
Maximum altitude: 621 m
Elevation gain: 404 m
Provider: Editorial Alpina


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Sierra de Gredos, Sistema Central

Circular route to and from Burgohondo (Avila). The route runs through the valleys of Alberche and Tiétar, with two mountain passes: Serranillos and Mijares, via Gavilanes. Demanding route with practically no flat segments.

Sport: Mountain biking
Difficulty: High
Distance: 97 km
Duration: 5 h 15 min
Maximum altitude: 1.600 m
Elevation gain: 2.402 m


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Sierra Nevada, Andalusia

Located in the middle of the range, El Mulhacén isn’t just the highest point in the Sierra Nevada, but in the entire Iberian Peninsula. Well-defined excursion, recommended during the summer months when the Altas Cumbres (high summits) interpretation service places the Capileira shuttle bus in service.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: High
Distance: 5 km
Duration: 2 h
Maximum altitude: 3.482 m
Elevation gain: 750 m
Provider: Editorial Alpina


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News

TwoNav Wins Garmin Titan Desert 2019

On Sunday, April 28, the Garmin Titan Desert 2019 began, 600 km of race through the Sahara dunes. A demanding adventure that attracts more and more cyclists every year who dare to face the harsh desert conditions.

 

For the consecutive year, TwoNav sponsored the VIORCAM KH-7 team, led by former professional cyclist Melcior Mauri to race in the Garmin Titan Desert 2019, providing each team member with a GPS device Trail Bike.

The first stage saw 675 racers take to the desert route. Despite the difficulty of the terrain and the overwhelming heat, after 109 km, VIORCAM KH-7 team members Josep Betalú and Anna Ramírez were proclaimed winners of that day.

The second stage, known as the marathon, was marred by the tragic death of Fernando Civera, a 46-year-old cyclist who tragically lost his life.

The third stage was suspended out of respect for Civera’s death.

On Wednesday, the 1st of May, Anna Ramírez won her third consecutive stage and Josep Betalù regained his leading position.

Sylvain Chavanel, former professional cyclist, won the 5th stage. Anna Ramírez also kept hold of her title from the previous day with 17 minutes ahead of the general classification, making her the clear favourite. Josep Betalù continued to lead.

During the 6th and last stage, the riders gave it their all until they reached the finish line. Anna Ramírez won the Garmin Titan Desert for the third time. Josep Betalú, won the most difficult races in the world for the fourth consecutive time.

Trail Bike, makes it to the podium

The win has been possible thanks to Trail Bike, the GPS for extreme cyclists of the Spanish company TwoNav. A device prepared for orientation even in inhospitable terrains such as the Sahara desert.

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VIORCAM KH-7 team faces the Titan Desert 2019 with Trail Bike