Exporting Your Activity Data from Popular Activity Tracking Applications and Website

To produce a custom elevation profile or route, you need to provide us with a GPX file of your activity. This can be any kind of activity, like running or biking or skiing. The GPX files does not contain any personal data, it only contains the GPS coordinates of your activity, which is what we need to calculate the elevation profile or produce a custom route.

If you have no experience with exporting your data, you can use the following guides to export activity data from popular activity tracking applications and websites. If your application or website is not covered, but you have the ability to export your data as a GPX, please go ahead and send the file to us. We will let you know if something is missing.

Garmin Connect

Strava

Endomondo

 


Exporting a GPX file from Garmin Connect:

  1. Login to the Garmin Connect website using a desktop web browser. (Unfortunately the export cannot be performed on any of the mobile apps that Garmin offers for Android or iOS.)
  2. Navigate to the activity that you would like to export. The top of your screen should look similar to the following screenshot. A small gear icon should be visible at the top right hand corner of your screen.
  3. Click on that gear icon and a menu will open, looking similar to the following screenshot.
  4. Select "Export to GPX". (Be sure to select GPX and not TCX)
  5. Save the file.

 


Exporting a GPX file from Strava:

  1. Login to the Strava website using a desktop web browser. (Unfortunately the export cannot be performed on any of the mobile apps that Strava offers for Android or iOS.)
  2. Navigate to the activity that you would like to export. The top of your screen should look similar to the following screenshot. In the map view of your activity, you should find a little button called "GPX".
  3. Click that button and save the file.

 


Exporting a GPX file from Endomondo:

    1. Login to the Endomondo website using a desktop web browser. (Unfortunately the export cannot be performed on any of the mobile apps that Endomondo offers for Android or iOS.)
    2. Navigate to the activity that you would like to export. The top of your screen should look similar to the following screenshot. A small "down arrow" should be visible just above the map view of your activity.
    3. Click on that "down arrow" and a menu will open, looking similar to the following screenshot.
    4. Select "Export" and another menu will appear at the top of your screen, looking similar to the following screenshot.
    5. Select "GPX Format" and then click the "Export" button. (Be sure to select GPX Format and not TCX Format)
    6. Save the file.