On The Go Map lets you create and share running maps, biking maps, and driving maps and view elevation profiles for those routes.
Click or tap points on the map to create a route. Drag points to move them, or drag segments to insert a new point. You can also undo or redo changes to your route. To remove a point, shift-click or drag it to the trash button that appears while dragging. Right-click or long-tap on a point or segment for more options.
Switch between these routing modes to determine how new segments should be drawn. Right click or long-tap on a segment to change its routing mode.
- Foot mode snaps to the shortest roads, paths, or trails and lets you go either direction on one-way roads
- Bike mode snaps to the best paved roads for road biking and enforces one-way roads - for off-road biking, use foot mode instead
- Car mode snaps to the fastest roads for driving and enforces one-way roads but not turn restrictions
- Direct mode draws manual paths where there are no roads or trails
On The Go Map calculates the distance of your route as you create it. Click the distance display to switch between miles and kilometers.
Click the terrain icon to show an elevation profile for your route as you create it.
Click the share icon share to get a shareable link or to embed in a website.
From the menu, you can also export the route as a GPX file.
Click find my location to center the map on your current location or click fit route to pan to an overview of your route.
You can access all functionality using just a keyboard. Press Tab until the map is focused, then left right up or down to move around, Space to add a point at the center of the map and Del to remove the last point. Press ? for a list of all available shortcuts.
Problem or suggestion? Click Report an Issue on the bottom of the map.