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TheDrunkenBakers - on 11 Oct 2017
Hey all. Quick question, which online tool is the best for planning runs?

Thanks in advance.
Ste Brom - on 11 Oct 2017
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strava route planner
BusyLizzie on 11 Oct 2017
In reply to TheDrunkenBakers:

I use gb mapometer for planning, Strava for recording. That may just be the result of my ineptitude...
richlan - on 11 Oct 2017
In reply to TheDrunkenBakers:

i use ridewithgps as i have a paid account for planning bike stuff, as you can guess its predominately bike focused but it does a pretty good job with running
yorkshireman - on 11 Oct 2017
In reply to TheDrunkenBakers:

All my running is on trails and mostly in the French Alps so I use tracedetrail.fr. It allows you to draw the route over an IGN map and then generates profile and distance. You can print out a road book with the map to take with you.

There might be an equivalent in the UK (although I think you can use it for UK routes) but I find stuff like Strava route planner too difficult when away from major roads and trails as it likes to snap to well known paths.
plyometrics - on 11 Oct 2017
Ferret on 11 Oct 2017
In reply to TheDrunkenBakers:

I vary between Mapometer and bikehike - the advantage on bikehike is it uses OS mapping and the type used by mapometer and map my run etc - seeing both on screen at same time can be better for wilder, off road areas.
TheDrunkenBakers - on 11 Oct 2017
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Perfect, thanks folks Ill take a look.
DancingOnRock - on 11 Oct 2017
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Strava or MapMyRun.

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