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Hi, agreed with you, gpx import is really missing. I'm still obliged to use Pocket Earth in parallel when on trekking however the maps presentation of Windy Maps and the general functionalities are more adapted for my purpose! So this is for me also a MUST! Cross fingers! Thanks in advance to consider it!
once you plan the route, you can share it with a few clicks -
Click on the Route detail option in the bottom left corner and select Share -
Here you can share the Windy route via Share link or through various social sites shown above -
Best wishes, Korina
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Get a baseplate compass. It truly is all you need. You'll need neither a lensatic nor a sighting compass, though the mirror of a sighting compass might come in handy if you shave while afield. Short of a dead reckoning daytime land nav course in the Army, I've yet to ever witness anyone shooting an azimuth with a handheld sighting compass or lensatic compass.