Itinerary Search

Itineraries can be searched for by their location and a radius. Click the Search button at the bottom of the Itineraries list page.

Enter the position of the centre of the area to search, in any of the formats supported when adding a waypoint. Enter the radius in kilometres in the Distance input field. (E.g. 0.125 for 125 metres.) Click Search to perform the search.

Tip

To visually select a position using a map, create a temporary itinerary, copying features from other itineraries that may be helpful, then use the itinerary to view the map and place a waypoint at the desired position.

Select the waypoint in the temporary itinerary and click the Copy button. Use the Paste button in the Itinerary Search by Location page to paste the position into the search field.

The itinerary search results shows a list of itineraries that have either waypoints, tracks or routes with a point lying within the search radius.

Note

A path that intersects with the search radius but doesn’t actually have a point within it, is excluded from the results.

Click on an itinerary name to expand the results. Only those features belonging to the itinerary that match the search criteria are displayed. Click the check box next to a feature to display it on a map below the search results.

Clicking on the itinerary name a second time collapses the results.

Click on the View itinerary link just below the itinerary name to view the entire itinerary. Use the Back button in the itinerary (not the browser’s back button) to return to the itinerary search results.

Features from other itineraries in the search results can also be selected to be show the combined features on the map.