Anquet have announced the release of a new route sharing system. This allows users to select and download a wide range of routes which can then be used with Anquet products and mapping.
This is an enhancement to the Anquet website and allows users to browse route information and preview the walk on OS or Landranger maps online. There is also a height profile display so you can assess the difficulty of the route prior to downloading to your computer. There are over 1200 routes which have been converted from the old route sharing system.
Of course as this is route sharing there are also features available to allow you to contribute and upload your own routes.
click here to see the new routing system in action on the Anquet Website.
Posted by Robicarr on Fri Apr 29, 2011 7:43 am
I use www.anyonefor.com- it's British co, focusing on building the definitive British route guide and Steve Peat posts his routes there so you get to see his training and race route rides.