Getting started with Openrunner
Create a new route from a GPS track
Use the import from GPS function
Create a route from scratch? Proceed as follows:
To begin, center the map on the location of your choice. Then add points by clicking on the base map.
Simplify your task by using the route calculators , the route follow the road automatically if the chosen calculator knows about it. More information here.
You can save your route at any time and resume the route later. Once your route is saved you have access to a multitude of features: elevation profile, GPS export, printing, sharing, etc..
You want to change information entered or make modifications to the route after saving, use
Need to learn more before starting?
Read the Quick Start Guide.
To use all the features of Openrunner you need to create a user account.
It's personal, confidential and FREE, and only takes a few seconds.
Plan, create routes for outdoor activites…
... search, discover and share...
... print, transfer to GPS...
... mark routes with colors, embed in websites...
... use different base maps, view road passes, etc.
10 Sep 2012The route planning interface has evolved and has an entirely new base map operating system: Switching over from one map to another map, IGN France, Google Maps, OpenStreetMap, SwissTopo, ...
1 Mar 2012Additional print sizes that change the size and format of the base map. The availability of Natura 2000 layers on the IGN-France base map.
6 Jan 2012The Openrunner team wish you a healthy and successful 2012. To start the year, a new competition has been launched in partnership with Maxi-Race of Lake Annecy. Try and ...
3 Dec 2011You can choose from two functions to display a print preview of one or more routes on the background map of your choice. The first function is linked to the display of a saved route. Only ...
30 Nov 2011Version 3 of openrunner is here! On the menu, a brand new design, new features, expanded documentation and, of course, bug fixes. You can now plot your routes using full screen mode, ...
2 Nov 2011A new name in eclectic content: The autumn edition of Wider outdoor magazine is on newsstands now. Inside this issue you’ll find some excellent articles on a range of topics such ...
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