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All the Caminos in 3D

diegoromerosm

Lost and found in the Camino
Past OR future Camino
2021
Hi everyone,

While the days go by until my next Camino (Camino Inglés in December), I have been "playing" with the GPX files of all the Caminos, all the variants and all the stages (430,000 points) to put them on a 3D map.

Do you want to take a look and explore the view of Bierzo walking from Cruz de Ferro? Any other place you remember?

Tell me what you miss and I will improve it.

Thank you very much... and Buen Camino!
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Amazing Diego. Quite a feat of engineering, assembling all the disparate sources of data and producing something that is as useful as entertaining. Spent some nice time looking at places on the Levante and Brangança route where I got miserably lost.
 

diegoromerosm

Lost and found in the Camino
Past OR future Camino
2021
Amazing Diego. Quite a feat of engineering, assembling all the disparate sources of data and producing something that is as useful as entertaining. Spent some nice time looking at places on the Levante and Brangança route where I got miserably lost.
Thank you! I’ll add some info to explore stage profiles but I love to share that mix of data and interaction in one field that I’m really passionate about.
 
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Frances - 2009
Portuguese Interior (2014)
Hadrian's Wall (2017)
Porto to SdC ( Seaside) 2019
diegoromerosm, thank you for all your effort. Can you help me figure out how to focus on one of the points and bring it to life? I'm not a complete dummy.... just a bit uneducated in the more sophisticated applications!
 
Past OR future Camino
2014, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
Various routes...
Tell me what you miss and I will improve it.
This is an absolute tour de mapping force!
Really impressive.
Muchas gracias.

One request and minor clarification about nomenclature.
There's a route out of Pamplona that joins the Vasco at Aguarain, and then at Miranda de Ebro takes off towards Aguilar de Campoo via Frias, Trespaderne, Quintana de Valdevielso, Pesqueria del Ebro, Orbaneja del Castillo, Polientes, Villanueva de la Nia.
Here's a planning thread we did here last year, with some wikiloc links in there somewhere.

It would be so great if you could add the Viejo route from Miranda de Ebro to Aguilar de Campoo.
From AdC onwards it merges with the Olvidado. Gracias!

That route starting in Pamplona is also called the Viejo, as well as the Camino de las Asturias - it's really confusing because from Aguarain to Puebla de Arganzon, the same route is four separate caminos - Viejo CdlA, Vasco, Via de Bayona. The Camino de las Asturias takes off from either PdA or Miranda de Ebro, and heads off towards the coast rather than following the river, the way the Viejo goes.
 

diegoromerosm

Lost and found in the Camino
Past OR future Camino
2021
diegoromerosm, thank you for all your effort. Can you help me figure out how to focus on one of the points and bring it to life? I'm not a complete dummy.... just a bit uneducated in the more sophisticated applications!
For sure! Try this:
- Go to the article
- Expand the map centred in Santiago to full screen view using the cross button

Captura de pantalla 2021-09-16 a las 17.04.41.png
- using (+) and (-) or you mouse wheel, you can zoom in and out.
- using the compass button, you can reset the orientation to north/south
- using the CTRL key and your left-button of your mouse, you can modify the view to explore in 3D
- to exit fullscreen mode, just press ESC key.

I hope this helps... :)
 
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diegoromerosm

Lost and found in the Camino
Past OR future Camino
2021
This is an absolute tour de mapping force!
Really impressive.
Muchas gracias.

One request and minor clarification about nomenclature.
There's a route out of Pamplona that joins the Vasco at Aguarain, and then at Miranda de Ebro takes off towards Aguilar de Campoo via Frias, Trespaderne, Quintana de Valdevielso, Pesqueria del Ebro, Orbaneja del Castillo, Polientes, Villanueva de la Nia.
Here's a planning thread we did here last year, with some wikiloc links in there somewhere.

It would be so great if you could add the Viejo route from Miranda de Ebro to Aguilar de Campoo.
From AdC onwards it merges with the Olvidado. Gracias!

That route starting in Pamplona is also called the Viejo, as well as the Camino de las Asturias - it's really confusing because from Aguarain to Puebla de Arganzon, the same route is four separate caminos - Viejo CdlA, Vasco, Via de Bayona. The Camino de las Asturias takes off from either PdA or Miranda de Ebro, and heads off towards the coast rather than following the river, the way the Viejo goes.
Thank you!!! I'll check this wikiloc files out and I'll add to the map for sure.
 
Past OR future Camino
2014, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
Various routes...
Go to the article
- Expand the map centred in Santiago to full screen view using the cross button

Captura de pantalla 2021-09-16 a las 17.04.41.png

- using (+) and (-) or you mouse wheel, you can zoom in and out.
- using the compass button, you can reset the orientation to north/south
- using the CTRL key and your left-button of your mouse, you can modify the view to explore in 3D
- to exit fullscreen mode, just press ESC key.

I hope this helps...
Yes, thank you, it does!
So a dimb question: once in 3D, is there an easy way to rotate the view to the right and left (as when following a track that's going that way)?
 

MaxHelado

New Member
Past OR future Camino
Planning to walk the Camino Portugués Tui to Santiago
Awesome, simply awesome.
For those of us who have yet to tread the Camino this brings it to life.
Sincere thanks.
 
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diegoromerosm

Lost and found in the Camino
Past OR future Camino
2021
Awesome, simply awesome.
For those of us who have yet to tread the Camino this brings it to life.
Sincere thanks.
Thank you so much for that. If I can help with these little things… the “job” is done.
And… maybe one day we can walk a few moments to enjoy those places.
Buen Camino Max
 
Past OR future Camino
2014, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
Various routes...
Sure! You just need to CTRL + click the left button of your mouse and then drag to right/left...
Ah, Ok. I wasn't doing it wrong. Just not so skilled. :oops: :cool:

I'm playing with this on my Android phone, and even though I cannot access the 3D feature on my phone, the map alone is fantastic. I especially like how the routes change color with elevation. It tells you at a glance what kind of heights a particular camino encounters, and allows a quick comparison to other routes nearby.
Again...gracias!!
 

diegoromerosm

Lost and found in the Camino
Past OR future Camino
2021
Ah, Ok. I wasn't doing it wrong. Just not so skilled. :oops: :cool:

I'm playing with this on my Android phone, and even though I cannot access the 3D feature on my phone, the map alone is fantastic. I especially like how the routes change color with elevation. It tells you at a glance what kind of heights a particular camino encounters, and allows a quick comparison to other routes nearby.
Again...gracias!!
3D > two fingers
zoom in/out > pinch
:)
 
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