So many people use online maps like Google Maps to plot the itinerary of their vacations or travels. Once they have plotted this itinerary on the map, they can export the data to a GPX file. But later if you want to view the GPS log files such as GPX, you can use the GPXSee software. It can be installed on Windows, macOS and Linux.
GPXSee is a very powerful software which is designed for viewing and analyzing the GPS log files. It supports almost all types of GPS files. The supported file formats include GPX, TCX, FIT, KML, NMEA, IGC, CUP, SIGMA SLF, Suunto SML, LOC, GeoJSON, OziExplorer (PLT, RTE, WPT), Garmin GPI & CSV, TomTom OV2 & ITN, ONmove OMD/GHP, TwoNav (TRK, RTE, WPT), GPSDump WPT and geo-tagged JPEG image files.
When we load the GPS log file in the GPXSee software, it quickly shows a map with the GPS data from the loaded file. In order to see the GPS data on the map file, it needs to download the map data from the Internet. But it can also fetch data for the offline maps. For he online map data it uses OpenStreetMap and for the offline maps, it uses Garmin IMG, KMZ and Mapsforge maps and more. It supports many more maps such as from USGS Imagery, USGS Topography, 4UMaps etc.
Depending on the device that has generated the GPS logs, GPXSee can display a lot of information on the map. For example, this software can display the elevation, speed, heart rate, cadence, power, temperature and gear ratio/shifts graphs. Such information is of particular importance for the runners or cyclists.
GPXSee can export the GPS data being shown on the map to PDF files or PNG images. This makes it easy to check the map later even without the GPXSee software.
You can download GPXSee from https://www.gpxsee.org/.