GPScandies – WESTERN ALPS (GPSpack)


With this GPS pack you’re able to explore some of the best spots of the WESTERN ALPS by your own, either in a standard-car or with your Campervan or 4×4.
It covers a big part of the area of the WESTERN ALPS and is worth living 2-3 weeks in nature and wilderness.

What’s inside:

. 64 GPS locations of the nicest spots in the WESTERN ALPS.
. 64 HiRes images for your desktop or for whatever you like to use them.
. An Excel-file with all coordinates, as well as useful tipps about drivability, nightstays, entrance fees, difficulty and other useful tipps.
. A gpx-file for generic usage in softwares like, ITN Converter, Route Converter and many others.
. A kml-file for Google Earth.
. A csv-file for further usage.
. A rupi-file for direct usage in Sygic.
. A gpi-file for direct usage in Kenwood or Garmin Devices.
. An overview map of all the POIs.
. A ReadME-file with security tipps and additionally information.

After purchase, you’ll get an email with a link to the downloadfile:
(8.2 MB)

GPS Coverage – Western Alps



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Whether you’re planning a self guided trip for you and your family, or if you just wanna explore a specific country on Google Earth. With a TRAVELcandies GPS pack you’ll get a nice package with lots of beautiful images in low resolution, as well as dozens of GPS coordinates for the offroad or on road joy.

We’re giving tipps for the overnight stay, as well as route based tipps, like difficulty or recommended cars.

The containing data allows you to plan a nice route by yourself, without the need of booking an expensive tour. These data can be easily converted or directly transferred to your GPS devices. Whether for a smartphone app like Sygic or a Navigation system inside your car. (Depends on the system)

Of course our GPS bundles aren’t 100% complete. They’re just a good starting point for seeing the best spots in an area.

Also consider, that our (bigger) Western Alps GPSpack’n’track contains HiRes images , as well as 5 additional great tracks of about 220KM.

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