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Each member of our "End-to_end" ride would like an image to hang on their study wall; bearing in mind our, now, ages, some are not that au-fait with computers and prefer the technology in use when we did the ride i.e. 1998, even if I had to use the latest to produce the image. A2 ideally but A3 would do.
I don't think I will be able to do what I really want. My idea is to have an A3 print, or even an A2 print, of our whole route from Lands End to John O Groats, overlaid over a map of the UK. I now have a gpx of the whole route However the only place I can get a reasonable representation is on my tablet or phone. This has to do with esthetics not ...
Ok, Looking at the data you posted, you can see <rte> ... </rte> These tags enclose the whole GPX Route. After the tag comes the name. You can put what you like in between the second [ and the ]]: <name><![CDATA[End to End - Day 1 - Lands Ends to St Just]]></name> Then comes an ordered set of routepoints ...
Looking at the dropbox file it appears to contain a route, rather than a track. I suspect something went wrong when you exported the file. If there are options on what to export, then you want to export the track rather than the route or waypoints or anything else. This Wikipedia article on GPX has more details on GPX files which might help..
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