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Trail 2 Challange: Day 1

The Trail2Challenge has begun!

Both teams started at the same time, 9:30 AM. The hikers from Saint-Jean-de-Luz, on France’s Atlantic coast, and the bikers from Cadaqués (Spain), with the Mediterranean in the background.

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Cycling Team

Cadaqués – Camprodon

The bikers faced one of the longest and toughest stages of the challenge, 140 km and 3,000 m of climbing. On this first stage, the team followed the coastline before eventually venturing into more mountainous territory en route to the stage finish in Camprodon (Spain).

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Hiking Team

Saint-Jean-de-Luz – Sare

The walking route took the hikers over France’s coastal plains before entering the mountains, where they climbed Mount Altsanga (625 m), which gave them a glimpse of the route that awaits them. Once in Sare, they were able to rest and recover for the second stage.

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Trail 2 Challenge: Presentation

Who has never dreamed of a transpyrenean?

Live the challenge with us and enjoy a complete outdoor experience.
We test our latest GPS: Trail 2

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2 teams, 1 challenge: cross the Pyrenees from coast to coast.
900 km and 25,700 m of positive slope separate Saint Jean de Luz (France) from Cadaqués (Catalan Costa Brava).

The teams will have to face this challenge in the opposite direction, one team will leave Saint Jean de Luz walking and the other from Cap de Creus by bicycle. Both teams will be equipped with the latest TwoNav GPS: Trail 2, the new GPS for hiking and with a cycling version, Trail 2 Bike.

 

The challenge will begin the 3rd week of October (October 15th-21st).
Follow us and discover where both teams will meet.

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TwoNav, made in Spain

We are so proud to announce a big chapter for us, TwoNav will be totally Made in Spain from now on.

After more than 20 years developing solutions for outdoor navigation, TwoNav set the objective of being able to carry out the manufacture of our products in our own facilities based in Arenys de Mar (Barcelona, Spain). There have been many years of collaborations until we reach the point of having the capacity of developmentengineering and manufacturing our own GPS devices.

 

 

In a world that has long evidenced the excesses of globalization, TwoNav began 5 years ago, a movement back to our origins, with a local manufacturing. Today we present an Ecosystem of products for outdoor navigation 100% Made in Spain, culminated by the new Trail 2.

 

 

These results in a local manufacturing 100% Made in Spain, a collaboration with local businesses and a huge reduction of carbon footprint while taking the old products off the market in order to propose, henceforth, a Spanish local manufactured product only.

Today we are starting a new era, that of Trail 2.

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Land: Land 8.7 available for Mac

Congratulations Mac user! We have good news for you… Starting today, you can download Land 8.7 for Mac!

 

It took a while, but it’s finally ready! Enjoy a bunch of new features. Here are some highlights:

New simplified Toolbar [MORE INFO]

Easier to create Waypoints [MORE INFO]

Create tracks more intuitively [MORE INFO]

More precise tools to edit tracks [MORE INFO]

Transfer routes to your TwoNav GPS via Wi-Fi [MORE INFO]

Start and finish points easier to tell apart [MORE INFO]

Improvements to the track editor [MORE INFO]

Access editing and analysis tools from the route properties [MORE INFO]

Open tracks from Go.TwoNav.com directly in Land [MORE INFO]

New orthophoto map of the entire world now available [MORE INFO]

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IMPORTANT: The Land version for Mac works almost just like the Windows version. Mac and Windows computers, however, do feature different resources and work in different ways, so there are some differences between the two versions. At TwoNav, we’re working to bring all the features of the Windows version to Mac. If you use Land on a Mac device, we recommend you update Land to the latest version every so often to enjoy the new features.

 

Get the most out of Land and consult the user manual.

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Land 8.7: Here’s what’s new

Land software version 8.7 is out now, offering new and exciting features. Read below to find out more:

 

WHAT’S NEW

– Start and finish points easier to tell apart [MORE INFO]

– Improvements to the track editor [MORE INFO]

– Access editing and analysis tools from the route properties [MORE INFO]

– Open tracks from Go.TwoNav.com directly in Land [MORE INFO]

– New orthophoto map of the entire world now available [MORE INFO]

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BUG FIXES

– In some cases, opening Land closed the ‘World_Base_Map.cosm’ and ‘World_Base_Relief.cwdem’ maps

– Faulty altitude data no longer appears when creating track points on top of other tracks.

– Fixes for several errors involving laps:

– The ‘Change lap here’ feature did not work if a point was not selected.

– A track divided into laps was shorter than the original track (when it should be the same size).

– The ‘Assign time and speed’ feature no longer assigns values of “0”.

– The ‘Repair’ feature works normally again for all GPS units connected via USB.

– Wikiloc.com and Geocaching.com buttons can now be added to the toolbar.

– The correct tools are displayed again in the vector map editor.

– The search engine in ‘Main Menu> File> Options’ works normally again.

– iPhone/iPad devices connect correctly without showing a ‘Device error’.

– Suunto’s Movescount can open tracks in * format.GPX generated with Land.

– Land correctly reads time data in * tracks.IGC recorded by Syride devices.

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Destinations

Germany: 6 spectacular national parks. Choose yours!

Germany has 16 particularly beautiful national parks. They are well preserved and offer a diversity of flora and fauna that will be new to many. Nature in its purest state! Find out more below.

We propose 6 itineraries where you can go hiking, mountain biking and road cycling in the great outdoors. Discover Germany while doing your favourite sport. Plan your next outing now!

If you’ve opted for another destination in Germany and don’t have an updated map for that area, don’t fret. Tell us the area you’re going to and the TwoNav smart map search engine will find the most suitable map for you.

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Berchtesgaden National Park

Route starting at Königsee lake that runs along the Schrainbach river, the Kärlingerhaus refuge (1630 m) and Funtensee lake. Virtually the entire route is uphill, so there’s a considerable elevation gain. Easy access thanks to public transport.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 13 km
Duration: 4 h
Maximum altitude: 1.689 m
Elevation gain: 2.243 m


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Black Forest National Park

Circular route to/from Zell. During the route through the Kinzigtal valley, you will cross forests of leafy conifers, almond orchards and vineyards. The trails are well signposted and maintained in top condition.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 16 km
Duration: 4 h 45 min
Maximum altitude: 671 m
Elevation gain: 716 m


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Bavarian Forest National Park

The route begins in Zandt, and along almost 90 kilometres, you will travel along a fairly rocky mountain range with small lakes and swamps until you reach Regensburg, the perfect spot for mountain biking. In 1970, the Bavarian Forest, with its 240 km², was listed as Germany’s first national park.

Sport: Mountain Biking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 86 km
Duration: 5 h 30 min
Maximum altitude: 483 m
Elevation gain: 1.024 m


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Harz National Park

This hiking trail starts in the small town of Torfhaus and is one of the most popular trails in the Harz National Park. In fact, about 200,000 people frequent this path every year. The route summits in Brocken, the highest mountain in the Harz.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 19 km
Duration: 4 h 30 min
Maximum altitude: 1.142 m
Elevation gain: 438 m


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Saxon Switzerland National Park

Route starting in the German city of Pirna and ending at the border with the Czech Republic. Well-signposted and paved route with almost no elevation gain. The route is mainly through forests on the rocky formations of Elbsandstein. To return, double back along the same route.

Sport: Mountain Biking
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 66 km
Duration: 5 h
Maximum altitude: 216 m
Elevation gain: 1.068 m


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Route along the Danube

Cycling route that runs along the Danube River’s course in Germany. Multi-day journey that can be divided into several stages, as appropriate.

Sport: Cyclotourism
Difficulty: High
Distance: 593 km
Duration: Several days
Maximum altitude: 711 m
Elevation gain: 4.762 m


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To see the map and the itinerary, download Land for free, the most advanced software for preparing routes and displaying maps. Or if you prefer, purchase a new generation TwoNav GPS.

Destinations

Switzerland: The best cycling and hiking trails within easy reach

How would you like to experience something new and different? Whether you bike or hike, Switzerland offers an endless array of mountain activities for everyone. Are you up for it?

Our most experienced partners propose some of the best routes through Switzerland especially selected for you. Choose your sport, difficulty level and discover the Alps in a whole new way.

Have other destinations in mind? Don’t worry, use the TwoNav map search engine and find the most suitable map of Switzerland for whatever outing you’re planning.

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St. Moritz-Nauders, Grison Alps

Days-long bicycle touring route starting in St. Moritz, a Swiss town known for its ski resort. Doable route for most people. A large majority of the paths are paved and well signposted. The route ends upon arriving in Nauders, next to the Austrian border.

Sport: Cyclotourism
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 111 km
Duration: 2 days
Maximum altitude: 1.844 m
Elevation gain: 3.132 m


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Lake Biel, Jura Mountains

Circular route starting on the outskirts of Grenchen. The route takes you to Biel, after which you enter the Jura Mountains. The vast majority of the trails are well marked. The route ends at the same start point, that is, on the outskirts of Grenchen.

Sport: Mountain Biking
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 45 km
Duration: 2 h 45 min
Maximum altitude: 1.262 m
Elevation gain:1.782 m


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Interlaken, Bernese Alps

Circular route starting and ending in the iconic Swiss city between the Thun and Brienz lakes. The route runs along the Roteflue foothills, passing through Englischer Garten, the Aare river, the Hohbühl pavilion, the Zwei-Seen-Steg viewpoint and Wannichnubel. The last few kilometres of the route are alongside Lake Brienz.

Sport: Hiking
Difficulty: High
Distance: 17 km
Duration: 4 h 15 min
Maximum altitude: 1.751 m
Elevation gain: 2.086 m


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San Gotardo Pass, Lepontine Alps

The most mythical part of the Swiss Alps with the world’s best-known mountain passes. From Andermat it climbs to Furkapass, Nufenenpass and San Gottardo. The last part is especially interesting, as it is a cobbled climb.

Sport: Road cycling
Difficulty: Medium
Distance: 105 km
Duration: 2 h 45 min
Maximum altitude: 2.509 m
Elevation gain: 5.113 m


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Monte Rosa Hütte, Pennine Alps

Slightly technical route that requires the use of crampons and ice axes. Pure mountaineering route along rocky cornices between the Gorner Gletscher and Grenz Gletscher glaciers. The route runs between shelters and offers stunning views of the Zermatt.

Sport: Mountaineering
Difficulty: High
Distance: 14 km
Duration: 5 h 45 min
Maximum altitude: 2.889 m
Elevation gain: 932 m


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Rhine Falls, Lake Constance

Very relaxing bicycle touring route suitable for everyone, starting at Lake Constance. The route briefly enters Germany and runs along the Rhine river before reaching Neuhausen. The route ends a few metres away from the falls.

Sport: Cyclotourism
Difficulty: Low
Distance: 56 km
Duration: 4 h 45 min
Maximum altitude: 448 m
Elevation gain: 441 m


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To see the map and the itinerary, download Land for free, the most advanced software for preparing routes and displaying maps. Or if you prefer, purchase a new generation TwoNav GPS.