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The first step is to select an activity for which the route will be created. The planner offers two walking, three biking, two driving, one cross-country skiing and one manual drawing mode.
The manual mode is useful only when you draw the route in a free terrain or when the routing data for a particular area is missing:
You can select a different activity or transport for a new route segment before adding another route point.
The route is created the same way as in the app. The simplest way is to click the route points directly on the map on roads and paths. There are two ways how to start a route plan:
By both ways the planner switches into the drawing mode and you can add other route points by left-clicking. By shifting the cursor above the route line between the points a new point emerges and by dragging it you can change the route progress:
You can move any of the route points at any time and the route always reroutes accordingly.
You can also add LoPoints to your route. Shift the cursor on the LoPoint, and a popup emerges. Click on Add to route.
The LoPoint is added at the end of the route.
This way you can add also your user points like geocaches or search results to the route:
The route points are lined up in an itinerary displayed on the panel on the left. Here you can place the route points at the beginning or inside the route.
You can change the order of the route points by click-and-drawing them up or down the line (1), delete them (2), or reverse the course of the whole route (3):
To delete the whole route from the planner, tap Clear:
You can fine-tune the route progress by selecting a different activity or means of transport for each route segment.
Statistics of the route like distance, estimated time or elevation gain are displayed in the left panel under the itinerary.
The elevation and slope progress of the route is displayed on a chart:
The chart also displays min/max elevation and slope, waypoints and elevation/slope/distance at the position of the cursor:
You can change the X-axis parameter - distance or estimated time:
You can export the route as a GPX file that can be used in any navigation app or service. Click Export and then Download as GPX:
If you don't want to keep the voice navigation commands in the route file, check the option Without navigation commands.
Available with Premium Gold
You can save the planned route into your library synced with the Locus Map app:
The route is saved into the selected folder in your library and synced with the app after a while.
If you want to add your own point that is out of the route: