The walks were recorded on a Garmin GPSMAP 62st GPS receiver, see my GPS page. You can see where the photos were taken with the Google Earth program if it is on your PC. Google Earth is a 3D interface to our earth. You can download this program here. If Google Earth is not on your PC, then you can view it via Google Maps in your browser.

The track log file of most walks can be downloaded to be used on your own GPS. That short-cut is in the menu above or at the bottom of the photo index page of the walk.

MyEditPhotoInfo program was used to retrieve the picture location from a GPS track log file and save it within EXIF data of the photo. The Google Earth pages are also made ​​by my EditPhotoInfo program.

You should only click on the Google Earth link in the menu or at the bottom of the photo index page if the Google Earth program is on your PC. After clicking on that link, Google Earth is started and after some time, you see a portion of the route. If the route is visible, drag the image optionally with the mouse or the 2nd circle top right of the image. Zoom in with the wheel on your mouse on a pc and rotate the image with the upper circle upper right of the image. On a touch screen, use your fingers to do this.

You will get an overview of the location of the camp-site, the bike rides and walks through the Map link in the menu button. Purple icons indicate the location where the pictures are taken, the coloured lines are the walks and bike rides. Click on a camera icon next to the photo or short-cut to view the picture enlarged.

If you need help with navigation in this album, click on the help button top left of the small pictures on the index page.