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building maps 11-May-2011 At 5:16:23 PM ClimbingNT
Ah...I get what you are after.
Can still jot the routes down on myTracks, upload to google then move the plotted lines over a pre-drawn map.

Isnt hard to find something on google images, then retrace in illustrator. If its a b&w image, you can cheat by using the 'quick trace' tool. Takes about 30seconds to do.

NB: if you dont have a B&W map for illustrator, photoshop will sort that out for you.

I have done exactly what you are in the process of doing for some routes I have charted up this way for the ClimbingNT website.

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